Thursday, August 29, 2019

Are Amazon River Pink Dolphins Endangered Species?

Pink dolphin jumping out the water
(credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)

I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest recently.

Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and river creatures.

The rivers cover several following countries:
- Brazil
- Peru
- Bolivia
- Venezuela
- Guyana
- Colombia
- Ecuador


An Amazon river pink dolphin (credit to Pinterest)

The population of pink dolphins in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

Population is mainly in the Amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

Previously, the death of pink dolphins due to:
- poacher
- pollution
- river traffics that caused accidental dead.

Moreover, we may ask a question: why do Amazon dolphins have a pink color? The simple answer that their thin skin made blood vessels easily seen as a pink color.

Interesting facts about pink dolphins:
- while young, their color is gray
- they get their pink color as they grow older
- males are pinker than females

They mainly eat fresh water fish which abundance in the rivers, they also eat:
- turtles
- crabs
- shrimps


Have you seen pink dolphins in nature or in the zoo?

144 comments:

  1. soooo cute and beautiful! what a creature!

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  2. Hi, Evi! I've never seen pink dolphins. I am so sorry they are killed by fire and by people every year.

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  3. I have never seen pink dolphin! So adorable!

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  4. Hi Evi oh my these dolphins are so pretty I have never seen pink dolphins before,thankyou for showing us xx

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  5. Wow so pretty, i love pink, so i love pink dolphin too :D

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      The rivers cover several following countries:
      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

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  6. Que bellos animalitos. Sabia que hay delfines rosas. Saludos amiga.

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      The rivers cover several following countries:
      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

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  7. Hola!
    Me encantan tus post. Mucha información que no conocíamos. Me encantan los delfines, esperemos que no se extingan.
    Un beso-

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  8. They are absolutely beautiful ☺☺

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  10. Non ho mai visto delfini rosa e, come i loro fratelli, sono bellissimi. La distruzione della natura e uno tristezza e una preoccupazione infinita. Quando l’uomo si renderà conto di quello che sta facendo?
    Buona giornata.
    sinforosa
    P.s. Ho cancellato il commento precedente perché c’erano errori🤷🏻‍♀️

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  11. Purtroppo gli errori ci sono ancora, nel momento in cui pubblico, le parole cambiano da sole. Mi dispiace

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  12. It looks so amazing ♥
    I wish I get to see one of these personally.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  14. wow such a stunning animal :-) I have never seen pink dolphins

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  15. Bellissimo questo delfino rosa.
    Buona giornata

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      - shrimps

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  16. Great post, looove it! :)
    If you want that we follow each other let me know by leaving a comment on my last post : https://beautyshapes3.blogspot.com/2019/08/cooking-with-me-2-lasagna.html

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  17. Ohh! Pink dolphins??? Thanks for sharing :)

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  19. Hi ✿!
    What an interesting post.
    I did not know that these types of dolphins existed.
    A huge kiss ❄

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  20. Nigdy nie widziałam różowego delfina, nawet nie wiedziałam, że taki e są ;)

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  21. This is sooo interesting, never heard of pink dolphins

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  22. wow this is news to me my friend
    thank you for sharing
    hope they last forever ,pretty creature

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      - crabs
      - shrimps

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  23. Perfection

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    http://www.alyinwanderland.com/2019/08/day-1-and-day-2-tour-in-singapore.html

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  24. I heard about this pink dolphins! they look really cute ! ;)

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  25. Any effort to save the Amazon will be little, Evi. Your article helps not to raise awareness about the imperative need we have today. The Amazon and its species are our lungs and future. Not to forget

    Big hug dear friend.

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  26. Todo o esforço para salvar a linda espécie amazônica será vindo e claro é preciso conscientização para que não haja queimadas criminosas como essa que está acontecendo
    Beijinhos

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  27. Haven't seen or heard of pink dolphins. It is beautiful!

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  28. I have never heard about pink dolphins before

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  29. I have never heard about them. Thanks for the information.

    Best regards

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  30. I have near heard of or seen a pink dolphin but oh, how I would love to. They're truly gorgeous!

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  31. Nigdy nie widziałam różowego delfin %)

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  32. Never seen pink dolphins, but I wish they were safe wherever they are. The Amazonas fires are a very deep concern of all of us.

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  33. I always thought dolphins were blue
    I didn't know they were pink
    greetings
    Lili

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  34. Hello! Thanks for the inmormation! x

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  35. Nice, thank for your information.

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  36. Are amazing, I don´t know nothing about them, thanks for the information.

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  37. Woah I've never seen a pink dolphin before. They're beautiful creatures!

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  38. Son tan lindo da pena que estén en peligro de extinción te mando un gran abrazo

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  39. Obvious is an endangered species

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  40. I had no idea there were pink dolphins around, wow!

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  41. Hi, what a beautiful blog you have, I loved your post, I didn't know you. I will continue here. Would you like to follow each other? let me know.

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  42. I've never seen pink dolphins ;)

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  43. wow pink dolphins that sounds crazy:D

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  44. Uno de mis animales favoritos, los delfines, que interesante!
    Besos

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  45. I didn't know pink dolphins. They are so beautiful.
    Have a nice week end.

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  46. Baru tahu mbak kalau ada pink dolphin. Kasihan ya mereka, semakin sedikit populasinya. Semoga kebakaran di amazon segea teratasi dan semoga kesadaran manusia untuk menjaga alam meningkat..

    E

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  48. These pink dolphins are so cute.
    Here in Brazil there are many beautiful animals
    We need the Amazon.
    Have a nice weekend.

    galerafashion.com

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  49. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  50. I didn't even know pink dolphins existed. It's terrible they have been categorized as an endangered species.

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  52. Muy bonito todo ! buenas noches ! ♡♡♡

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  53. I had not heard of pink dolphins, I thought maybe they were like pink elephants lol but they are are indeed real. Very cool to know they exist.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  54. This is the first time I'm hearing of pink dolphins. Just beautiful:)

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  55. I just Saw this type of fish through this blog article. Nice info

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  56. What remarkable animals. I've never seen or heard of them. How pretty! Sad to know they are also endangered.

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  57. I have only seen pink dolphins in documentaries. I'm sad that they are endangered, such a beautiful animal!

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  58. Again you surprise me, Evi, with this kind of pink dolphin, I didn't know her, so I thank you for expanding our knowledge of the animal world, with your interesting publication.
    Very happy Monday and good start of the week and month!
    A hug.

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  59. Hi Evi
    I never heard about pink dolphins, they are so lovely!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  60. it looks cool, I love her pink color!

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  63. Nigdy nie widziałam różowego delfina, są urocze :)
    Serdeczności Evi.

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  64. I havenever seen a pink dolphin. It looks amazing!
    Have a nice week

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  65. No sabía que existían este tipo de delfines, y menos, de que hubiera delfines en los ríos. Terrible, la cifra de ellos que mueren todos los años, así como los incendios, seguro que intencionados, que está sufriendo la selva amazónica.
    Por todo esto, me parece tu entrada muy interesante, ya que hay que remover conciencias sobre el respeto y cuidado de la naturaleza. Y tu con esta entrada lo consigues.
    Un abrazo, Evi.

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  66. Very interesting post.

    www.paginasempreto.blogspot.com.br

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  67. Pink dolphins are beautiful.
    Thanks for the info.

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    2. Hi Paula, love your comment "Here they are called "botos" and are undoubtedly one of the most iconic animals in my country. Have a great day!"

      Sorry I have to remove it.

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  69. Amar a la naturaleza.nos puede enseñar a respetarla

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  70. Il delfino rosa è una grande grande bellezza della natura!!! Spettacolare

    https://nettaredimiele.blogspot.com

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  71. Olá Evi
    Obrigada pela visita ao meu blog, gostei muito. Lindos golfinhos. Bjs querida.

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  72. Interesting Pics! They look super cuteeee

    kisses

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  73. Ohhhh Evi, qué bonitos son, no conocía su existencia, muyinteresante todo lo que nos has contado.
    Un beso

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  74. How beautiful they are. I didn't know about its existence.
    Thanks for sharing the info.
    Maria

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  75. What a beautiful dolphin! I've never seen a pink dolphin before!

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  76. Mo conocía esos delfines rosados. Habría que poner lis medios para conservarlos. Los organismos competentes se deben de encargar de ello.

    Besos

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  78. Veru cute ! I see them for first time.

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  79. I didn't know about pink dolphins. I've never seen them in nature or in a zoo.

    All the best Jan

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  80. Loved this post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  82. Wow pink dolphins! Do most of women like their colors?

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