Amazon River Dolphins
These amazing creatures eat mostly seafood but they also hunt for a wide variety of fish
Their biggest dangers come from humans. Fishermen throw nets into the river which traps the dolphins in the nets, injuring them.
These dolphins are Cetaceans that belong to the Delphinidae family.
Amazon River Dolphins can get up to eight feet long and weigh 350 pounds.
These dolphins can get up to 15 dolphins in there grouping
When the baby's are born they weigh 18 pounds
They have a very long snout which holds more than 100 teeth
The dorsal ridge is a kind of a low triangle on the dolphins back.
The Amazon River dolphin is very flexible.Unlike a lot of dolphins they have a neck vertebrae.