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Baiji

The baiji is a freshwater dolphin found only in the Yangtze River in China. Nicknamed "Goddess of the Yangtze" in China, the dolphin is also called Chinese river dolphin, Yangtze River dolphin, whitefin dolphin and Yangtze dolphin. It was regarded as the goddess of protection by local fishermen and boatmen in China. It is not to be confused with the Chinese white dolphin or the finless porpoise.

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Amazon River Dolphin

The Amazon river dolphin is the largest species of river dolphin, with adult males reaching 185 kilograms (408 lb) in weight, and 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) in length. Adults acquire a pink color, more prominent in males, giving it its nickname "pink river dolphin". Sexual dimorphism is very evident, with males measuring 16% longer and weighing 55% more than females.

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Chinese White Dolphin

The Chinese White Dolphin is considered to be medium in size. They can be either a light shade of gray or white in color. They also can have a pinkish tint to them depending on the location where they live. Experts believe that this is a way for their blood vessels changing in order to adapt to the different changes in temperatures out there.

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Fraser's Dolphin

The Fraser’s dolphin is also well known as the Sarawak dolphin in some areas. This is a very large sized species that can be up to 8 ½ feet in length when they are fully mature. However, they don’t weigh very much – 200 to 300 pounds so they are stout but still agile enough to easily move through the water.

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Irrawaddy Dolphin

This dolphin has a head that is round and they don’t have a beak at all. The forehead extends beyond the facial features. They are dark gray or dark blue in color and they have a lighter gray underneath. They feature a small dorsal fin and it is triangle in shaped with a round end. The Irrawaddy Dolphin has long and wide flippers. They can be from 70 inches to 108 inches long. They can weigh from 215 to 350 pounds.