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Interesting Amazon river dolphin Facts:
Amazon river dolphins can reach 8 feet in length, but they are usually smaller. On average, Amazon river dolphins weigh between 180 and 220 pounds.
Amazon river dolphins can be pink, blue or albino (completely white due to lack of pigment) in color.
Amazon river dolphins have dorsal ridge instead of dorsal fin. Their flippers are shaped like paddles that move in a circular motion.
Amazon river dolphins have small eyes and poor eyesight because they live in murky waters (with low visibility).
Neck vertebrae of Amazon river dolphins are loosely connected. This feature allows rotation of neck for 180 degrees and it facilitates finding of prey.
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