Thursday, 27 January 2022

Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17

I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.


Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water
(credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)

Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

The rivers cover several following countries:

- Brazil
- Peru
- Bolivia
- Venezuela
- Guyana
- Colombia
- Ecuador


Fig 02- Plants in the city garden


Fig 03- Sky at outside my city


Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

# To be continued to Part 2

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50 comments:

  1. Muy buenas noches feliz fin de semana. Besotes muchos.

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      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

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  2. Well, I never knew that there are pink dolphins until I read your nice post, wish you happy end of the week

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      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

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  3. Olá amiga.
    Mais uma ótima partilha aqui nos deixas.
    Também desconhecia que esta espécie de golfinho existia.

    Votos de um excelente fim de semana!

    Beijinhos.

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

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  4. Es lamentable que por intereses espurios, se deteriore el medio ambiente con talas y quemas indiscriminadas, la racionalidad se pierde en aras de afanes económicos. !Cuan triste resulta todo¡.
    Un saludo

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

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  5. We must do more for the protection of the animals and the environment.
    First of all no more hunting!
    Have a great week end.

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    1. agree with you...


      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
  6. Hola no conozco mucho sobre delfines, no sabia lo del color, sería importante cuidar y conservar a todas las especies.
    Feliz fin de semana

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
  7. It's friend and more and more animals are being threatened.
    There is a lot of talk and little action.

    Have an excellent weekend.

    Kiss and take care

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    1. yes, indeed...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

      Delete
  8. I didn't know there were pink dolphins, we are always learning, thanks for sharing.
    It is important to preserve nature, but unfortunately, too much is said and little is done.

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    1. agree with you...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
  9. Gostei da sua publicação!! :)
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    Beijos. Bom fim de semana!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
  10. Olá,.adorei a partilha.
    Beijinhos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

      Delete
  11. Que lindos deben ser esos delfines rosados.... Saludos amiga.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

      Delete
  14. The murder of these animals is a heinous crime... When will the rulers learn to respect the forests?!
    They tear them down for profit and get poorer and poorer.
    I liked your 'post'... It's like a wake-up call.
    Thank you. Greetings
    ~~~

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    1. that happen everywhere: poor be poorer....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
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  16. No tenía ni idea de que había delfines rosados.
    Ahora sí.
    Gracias.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
  17. Olá amiga.
    Passei por aqui, para desejar uma ótima semana com muita saúde.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

      Delete
  18. Verdade, amigo: é preocupante a ameaça ao meio ambiente, que vemos por aqui. Mas gostei de saber que por aí também existem os golfinhos cor de rosa! Meu abraço, boa semana.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
  19. Olá amiga, passando para desejar uma li da noite e um feliz mês de Fevereiro para você e sua família.

    Beijinhos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
  20. I've seen pink dolphins in an island resort in Singapore. It saddened me that they were kept in captivity.

    Happy Tuesday!

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    1. glad.....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

      Delete
  21. Interesante. que necesario es cuidar las especies en este planets. Un abrazo

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 01- Adolphin jumping out the water

      (credit to Ecuador & Galapagos Insiders 2019)
      Yes, pink dolphins are categorized as endangered species which live in the main rivers of Amazon.

      Forest fires will have scary effect on many animal population there, both land and rivers creatures.

      The rivers cover several following countries:

      - Brazil
      - Peru
      - Bolivia
      - Venezuela
      - Guyana
      - Colombia
      - Ecuador

      Delete
  22. Qué bonitos son.
    Gracias por compartir. Besicos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
      -
      Fig 04- Our jogging area, just for illustration

      The pink dolphins population in the world were estimated 9,000 only, and killed around by 3,000 per year.

      Population mainly in the amazon rivers. Hence, Amazon rain forest fires may reduce population even further.

      Yes, we have pink dolphins in a Louisiana river, USA. The dolphin is called as “pinkie.”

      The pinkie was spotted first time in the river of Calcasieu, Louisiana by river ship captain, Erik Rue in 2015.

      Unfortunately, we don’t know the exact number of dolphin population as of today.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 2- Cardiovascular 2
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 2 – Food 9
      - The Disease that Kills 28.4 million People – Part 3 - Cardiovascular 2

      Delete
  23. As fotos dos lugares são todas agradáveis. Esse golfinho cor de rosa é lindo!
    Beijos!

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      Reducing Number of Amazon River Pink Dolphin? - Part 1 – Nature 17
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      I just knew there are pink dolphins when I watched the news about burning of Amazon rain forest years ago.

      Pink dolphins look exotic and lovely.

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