Tuesday 4 October 2011

Rare dolphins photographed

I had to post this the photos are wonderful.
Tickled pink: Extremely rare rose-coloured dolphins are all smiles as they create a splash for photographers
By Emily Allen
Pink river dolphins maybe extremely rare and potentially endangered, but that did not stop this one making a splash and showing off for the cameras.
The agile eight-foot-long creature somehow managed to flip its 25 stone body on to its back in a remarkable display for a nearby wildlife photographer.
The pink river dolphin, also known as an Amazon river dolphin, lives in the Negros River in Brazil. This potentially endangered aquatic mammal lives in such remote parts of the Amazon basin that scientists cannot be sure how many survive.

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