In the Amazon river, there lies a pink creature that has one amazing story. The Amazons are home to the friendliest of the river dolphins, commonly known as the Amazon pink river dolphin. Scientifically known as inia geoffrensis these creatures are mammals and the largest of the freshwater species. They have an irrational fear of boats and travel in both pairs and by themselves. With over 56 teeth, these mammals catch and crush slippery fish with ease. Furthermore, the smart dolphin can sense pray in the musky waters of the Amazon river. Amazon pink river dolphins are a peculiar type of freshwater dolphins because of their interesting features, unusual habitat, and sophisticated survival skills. These dolphins have distinctive characteristics, for example, the change of color in their skin. As a matter of fact, the dolphins skin can be pink and/or grey but it grows lighter pink as they age. While the male and female weight differently (due to the sexual dimorphism), their average weight is 167.5 kilograms. A pink river dolphin size out sizes all the other freshwater species with an average length of 2.35 meters, taller than an average human. Friendly, smart, and social these dolphins can be identify as a solitary mammal. With seasonal migration patterns to marshes and forests in search of food, the lifespan of a wild dolphin is unknown. However, in captivity, they live up to 10 to 30 years. In brief, the pink dolphin’s features are remarkable and different from many salt water dolphins. Natural habitats are distinct in every animal, for example, the pink river dolphins live in a freshwater habitat. Located mostly in the Amazon river, the river dolphins have several adaptations that allow them to swim through the turbid river. With sensory organs that sense pray, molar grinding teeth for fish, and flexible heads that can turn 90 degrees, the dolphin uses this adaptations to survive in the vast and dangerous rivers of the Amazons. Echolocation is one of the greatest mysteries of the dolphin species. The dolphins use a series of high whistles to communicate and clicks to detect hidden pray, such as crabs buried under the sand. These unique traits that have evolved over time help the dolphin to survive out in the wild. To flourish in the Amazon’s wide river, the river dolphins exhibit peculiar behavior. For instance, the species are extremely slow swimmers, swimming in an up and down pattern to observe the environment. At least 53 different species of fish including crackers, tetras, piranhas, river turtles, and freshwater crabs are among the vast variety of foods that make up this species diet. Their carnivorous diet changes within seasons. Predators, such as anacondas, caimans, and jaguars, pounce at the water and devour the dolphins. Humans catch these dolphins and sometimes purposefully kill the creatures, using their fat for cooking and their tough skin for leather. It is unknown the rating for extinction for these dolphins. On the top of the food chain for the freshwater creatures, the Amazon pink river dolphin uses principal skills to survive.