Dolphin breeding from the courtship of the male to the birth of the offspring ending in a dedicated maternal care and lifetime bonds.
One of the characteristics shared by most mammals is that they take care of their babies while they are young to teach them the necessary skills to get their food.
The pink river dolphin is a freshwater river dolphins who lives in the Amazon and Orinoco rivers in South America.
Pink river dolphins have become endangered because the increase of population in the basins of the Amazon River and Orinoco River.
Reproduction in pink river dolphins start when a couple of dolphins mate to start the gestation period