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Amazon river dolphin
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Credit: Joana Toro via Visura
Asset ID: VA17356
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Joana Toro, 2022
Collection: environment
Location: Leticia Colombia
Topics: Amazon river Climate Change Documentary Dolphin Editorial environment Photography Photojournalism Wildlife

joana toro

Based in BOGOTA COLOMBIA

Joana Toro Colombian is a self-taught photographer based in both New York City and Bogota, Colombia.  Her work explores issues of immigration, human rights and identity and was featured on The New York Times, Wall Street...
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Amazon River Dolphin

Located in the Amazon basin, the upper Madeira River in Bolivia, and the Orinoco basin.

Amazonas,Colombia, For indigenous, is bad luck killing a dolphin. Local legends also state that the dolphin is the guardian of the Amazonia. June 2010.
Amazonas,Colombia  It is a relatively abundant freshwater cetacean with an estimated population in the tens of thousands.  June 2010.
Amazonas,Colombia,In traditional Amazon indigenous folklore, at night, an Amazon River dolphin becomes a handsome young man who seduces girls, impregnates them, and then returns to the river in the morning to become a dolphin again.  June 2010.
Rio Amazonas,Colombia  The Amazon river dolphin is one of river dolphins included in the paraphyletic group. This dolphin is the largest freshwater cetacean; it can grow larger than a human.  June 2010.
Amazonas,Colombia Detail of the Amazon deforestation that increases the vulnerability for the river dolphin ecosystem.  June 2010.
Amazonas,Colombia,In traditional Amazon indigenous folklore, at night, an Amazon River dolphin becomes a handsome young man who seduces girls, impregnates them, and then returns to the river in the morning to become a dolphin again.  June 2010.
Amazonas,Colombia  There are three species of river dolphins in South America: pink dolphins (Inia geoffrensis), grey dolphins (Sotalia fluviatilis) and a species unique toBolivia (Inia boliviensis).   June 2010.
Amazonas, Colombia Indigenous women are afraid of dolphins when they have their menstrual period due to the legend that dolphins becomes a man just to rape them and take them deep inside of the river. June 2010.
Amazonas, Colombia .The Amazon river dolphin, also known as the pink river dolphin or boto, lives only in freshwater. It is found throughout much of the Amazon and Orinoco river basins in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, and Venezuela.  June 2010.