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    Underwater Photography by National Geographic

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    Freshwater Dolphin, Amazon Photograph by Kevin Schafer This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Imagined lords of a golden underwater city—the Encante—Amazon dolphins, or botos, may have been shielded from exploitation by their mythical status.

  • Elijah Van Zanten

    Amazon dolphin

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    pink dolphin

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