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Rare Pink Dolphin is Spotted near Louisiana's Coast.Pinky the dolphin is a mythical-looking creature who is capturing the hearts of people around the world. Though we're used to dolphins typically having a blue or grey tint, Pinky is actually pink!


A rare white humpback whale has been spotted off the coast of Queensland on Monday, and whale watchers are hoping it is Australia's famous whale Migaloo.

56 National Geographic Animals in the Wild ...

56 National Geographic Animals in the Wild ...

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Dolphins herd fish into tight balls so they can& get away and can easy be eaten.

Southern Right Whale Dolphin, one of two rare species of cetacea that do not have dorsal fins.

Southern Right Whale Dolphin. One of two rare species of cetacea that do not have dorsal fins. He looks like a swimming yin-yang sign (especially when the photo is sideways) !

Happy Orca

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Orca, second only to humans in brain size, displaying complex rituals and spontaneous exhibits of pure joy. - Stop the Dolphin and Orca Slaughter NOW

Hourglass Dolphins.

Hourglass Dolphins (Lagenorhynchus cruciger) have distinct black-and-white…

Pink Dolphin. There are only 14 Albino Dolphins spotted in the world #pinkdolphin #amazing

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Coolest thing Ive ever seen… Pink Dolphin October 2012 -According to NOAA, there have only been 14 recorded sightings of albino Bottlenose Dolphins throughout the world, since the first reported sighting in shut up! A pink dolphin!

With a pink dolphin in the world, anything is possible! What else is out there?

The pretty-in-pink bottlenose dolphin was first seen in the Calcasieu River, Louisiana, by charter boat captain Erik Rue in Fittingly, her nickname is Pinky. She’s thought to be a rare albino dolphin and is now believed to be pregnant!

Never knew there were pink dolphins in the Amazon River until watching National Geographic. Too cool.

A Pink River Dolphin & a young woman who lives beside the Rio Negro in Brazil's Anavilhanas National Park, gets close to one of the remarkable mammals.