What is the pink dolphins habitat?
Habitat River dolphins inhabit the drainage areas of the largest rivers in the world, mainly in developing countries. The pink river dolphin is widely distributed in the Amazon and Orinoco basins, in Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador and Peru. Currently, two species are recognised, Inia boliviensis in Bolivia and Inia geoffrensis, which contains two subspecies: I. geoffrensis geoffrensis in the Amazon and I. geoffrensis humboldtiana in the Orinoco.
they live in rain forest rivers
They are going to extinct due to their habitat being destroyed.
they have special adaptations to their habitat. In fact, river dolphins are only distantly related to sea dolphins.
because of pollution and that people hunt and destroy there habitat... and know they are extinct
pink dolphins real name is pink and gray dolphins === ===
there are many reasons: -poaching for skin and meat -habitat distruction -lack of food
because people are throwing things in the waters and fishing and swimming where they live
Pink Dolphins are mammals.
Because they are kinda pink in colour.
they are the same as regular dolphins. Pink dolphins are just albino dolphins.
Yes, the Amazon river dolphins are called pink dolphins
Pink dolphins live in freshwater not salt
Pink dolphins need water because they are dolphins.
No, pink dolphins are not in the Amazon. Pink dolphins can be found off the coasts of China, Singapore, and Vietnam.
the dolphins habitat is in the water dah!
yes pink dolphins do pregant
there not they're pink
pink bottle nose dolphins
pink dolphins are endangered because people are building too many building and the pink dolphins have no where to live.
The pink dolphins weight 355
pink dolphins move with their flippers and tail
Yes. There are pink river dolphins in the Amazon.
Pink Dolphins, are Amazon Dolphins. The pink you see is actually blood. So, obviously it stays.
Well pink dolphins and ocean dolphins are alike because they are both dolphins and both have the same features.
Pink Dolphins are Pink because of the Water they swim in and the food they eat. Basically they are Pink for the same reason flamingos are Pink.
They're basicaly the same thing but pink ones are pink
Yes because it's possible and River Dolphins are pink
There are 304 pink dolphins lect in the world
facts about pink dolphins
There are albino dolphins which are rare and very nearly pink
Pink dolphins are not dangerous. They are cuddly creatures of the sea.
no pink dolphins cant walk on land:)
Yes because of unnecessary poaching an hunting and also due to the loss of habitat and river pollution
pink dolphins are pink but they are the same by way they swim. im in 5th grade so im doing my best
Pink Dolphins can't shape shift.
Pink dolphins are just albino dolphins, dolphins without skin pigment which makes them appear pink. Albinism is rare, but it could show up in a dolphin population at random at anytime. Nothing will really happen if there was no more pink dolphins left.
There isn't any predator to the pink dolphin. But, the humans are very powerful predators to the pink dolphins.
Encatado dolphins are pink!
They aren't blue they are grey but some dolphins are pink! Seriously look pink dolphins up on google pictures!
No such animal. Ther are pink(ish) Dolphins, but they live in the Amazon river.
there is no such thing as a pink dolphin. But if there was no it would not sleep. Normal dolphins don't.
pink river dolphins live in the amazon
Pink dolphins live in the Amazon river and the Orinoco River systems.
well a pink dolphins is mostly found in the indian ocean
Their habitat is the ocean, or sea.
The body length of pink dolphins range from 5 feet to 7.9 feet. Most pink dolphins grow to weigh more than 200 pounds.
Pink river dolphins
no dolphins can not be red but they can be pink or blue!
There are numerous species of wild dolphins around the world and there are thousands of them left. But, because of pollution and habitat destruction their numbers are on a downward trend. Some species of dolphins like the Chinese Pink Dolphin or the Indian Ganges Dolphins are critically endangered while there are some other species whose numbers are quite stable. But still, pollution and loss of habitat is greatly endangering these beautiful creatures.