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    Boto, Photograph by Kevin Schafer

    • Paw, Mane & Fin

      Scientists have recently discovered a new species of river dolphin in Brazil which has been named the Araguaian Boto. However this rare and special breed is already fast tracked its way onto the endangered species list. How is this new overlooked species already in such danger?


      SeaWayBLOG: Botos, the amazon river dolphins that shapeshifted into handsome young men...Photograph by Kevin Schafer

    • Richard Klien

      SeaWayBLOG: Botos, the amazon river dolphins that shapeshifted into handsome young men

    • Ryan McKenzie

      Help save the The Araguaian Boto

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