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The Amazon River dolphin, also known as Boto (Inia geoffrensis), is a freshwater dolphin that lives in the Amazon River and the Orinoco River systems which include several countries in South America.

These dolphins are Pink Dolphins move around these rivers to every place where they can reach without going to the ocean.

Other pink dolphins such as the Chinese white dolphin (Sousa chinensis) live in an area that covers the east and west coasts of northern Australia, eastern China, the Indo-Malayan archipelago, and the Bay of Bengal in the east of India.