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Ganges River Dolphin  -  River Systems of Nepal, India and Bangledesh

Ganges River Dolphin -- They can only live in freshwater and are essentially blind. They hunt by emitting ultrasonic sounds, which bounces off of fish and other prey, enabling them to “see” an image in their mind. There are only between - dolphins alive.

extinct

Endangered - Baiji (Yangtze River Dolphin) – With no more than a few tens of individuals, Yangtze River Dolphinthe dolphin is one of the world’s rarest mammals, and a victim of China’s breakneck economic growth, competing for food with the human beings.

Araguaian Boto River Dolphin, Amazon River Basin, Brazil.

The Araguaian boto is a proposed new species in Brazil that is thought to be highly endangered.

Yangtze River Dolphin had been around for 20 million years.  Now is listed as Extinct due to humans.

This hearty little dolphin survived all that nature threw at it for 20 million years. But it couldn't survive the human invasion of it's native river and went extinct in

Goodbye to the Baiji. This Chinese river dolphin was officially declared extinct last night.

this dolphin is no more-once plentiful on the river--Conservationists at the Zoological Society of London surveyed 3200 km of the Yangtze River in China, home of the unique baiji river dolphin,.

The Bajii River Dolphin, native to China, has been declared functionally extinct after 45-day expedition resulted with no sightings of the rare dolphin.

The Bajii River Dolphin, native to China, has been declared functionally extinct after expedition resulted with no sightings of the rare dolphin.