The Amazon River Dolphin is a species of dolphin that can be found in the Amazon River and its tributaries. These dolphins are light grey or pink in colour, and they have a long beak that is used for hunting fish. They live in freshwater habitats, and they can be found in both open water and sheltered areas.
Amazon River Dolphins are omnivores, and they mainly eat fish. They also consume small amounts of plant material. These dolphins are social animals, and they often travel in groups of two to six dolphins.
Amazon River Dolphins are the smallest of all river dolphins. They measure between 2 and 3 feet in length, and they weigh between 65 and 88 pounds. Amazon River Dolphins are not currently considered to be endangered, but their population is declining.