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Botos are river dolphins and have echolocation, tactile hairs on their snout and, thanks to their extremely mobile neck, can move their head in all directions independently of their body.
Amazon River Dolphin
Inia Geoffrensis, Pink River Dolphin
Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis)
All freshwater habitats of the major river systems of the Amazon and Orinoco.
Area of the Amazon and Orinoco, Rio Madeira (Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Guyana).
In the IUCN list, the boto is listed as "Endangered".
No total population numbers are known (estimate: tens of thousands of individuals).