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Amazon River Dolphin

Inia geoffrensis geoffrensis


Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis geoffrensis), Amazon River, Indiana, Loreto, Peru


One of the most exciting sighting is the Amazon River Dolphin. Although not extremely endangered it is a privilege to see them. Usually the avoid bigger streams and live in the siderivers where is more quiet water and it can use its echolocating ability to find its prey, mostly fishes. From the anatomic point of view it is different from other dolfins. They are extremely shy.

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1 Comment

AmazonWorkshops 7 years ago

Great pictures of a difficult subject. Thanks for sharing with us.

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Loreto, Peru

Spotted on Mar 15, 2007
Submitted on Jan 6, 2013

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