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Amazon River Dolphin (CollectA)

Item# CA-88994
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Amazon River dolphins are known for their unique pink belly and throat areas, believed to be caused by blood vessels located directly beneath the skin.

The CollectA Amazon River Dolphin measures: 5.5” L x 2.7” W.

CollectA Amazon River Dolphin #88994 Review:

The CollectA Amazon River Dolphin is a beautifully crafted model paid meticulous attention to detail and captivating design. The dolphin’s body is an elegant light grey color. The shade perfectly captures the gentle hues of the Amazon River, making the model an instant standout. The addition of a pink belly adds a delightful pop of color, paying homage to the distinct appearance of these remarkable creatures. The streamlined body of the Amazon River Dolphin is sculpted with precision, reflecting the graceful form of these aquatic wonders. The fins and tail exhibit the model's great craftsmanship. Attention to anatomical accuracy is commendable, as every curve and contour mirrors the real-life species' unique features. Finding a model that showcases such an elusive species is a rare treat for collectors!

Amazon River Dolphin Information:

Amazon River Dolphins, also known as pink dolphins or boto dolphins, are fascinating freshwater creatures found in the rivers of South America, particularly the Amazon and Orinoco river systems.
These dolphins have a stocky body, a long slender beak, and a flexible neck. Adult males exhibit a pinkish coloration, while younger individuals and females have a lighter gray hue. They sport a large triangular dorsal fin.
Amazon River Dolphins are among the largest river dolphins. Adult males typically measure 7 to 9 feet in length and weigh around 220 to 330 pounds. Females are slightly smaller, ranging from 6 to 8 feet in length and weighing about 110 to 220 pounds.
They inhabit the freshwater rivers, lakes, and flooded forests of the Amazon and Orinoco Basins in South America. They prefer slow-moving or still waters such as channels, oxbow lakes, and flooded forests during the rainy season.
Amazon River Dolphins are primarily solitary creatures, although they may form small groups. They exhibit acrobatic behavior, often leaping out of the water and creating splashes. They possess a melon-shaped forehead that aids in echolocation, helping them navigate and locate prey in the murky river waters.
These dolphins are primarily piscivorous, feeding on various fish species. Their echolocation abilities assist them in detecting fish movements and capturing them accurately. They also consume crustaceans and turtles.
Amazon River Dolphins face numerous threats, including habitat degradation, pollution, illegal fishing practices, and accidental entanglement in fishing nets. They have been historically hunted for their flesh and body parts, which hold cultural and medicinal significance in certain local communities. Conservation organizations strive to protect these dolphins and their habitats.
Amazon River Dolphins hold cultural importance in local communities, often associated with myths, legends, and spiritual beliefs. They are revered as sacred creatures or bringers of good luck in some regions.

Part of the Sea Life Series by CollectA.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: CollectA 88994

by CollectA

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3+ Years

CollectA Sealife - Amazon River Dolphin #88994

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