Rare Pink Dolphin Gives Birth To Pink Calf

Pink Dolphin

Pink Dolphin (Photo: Facebook)

Dolphin is a popular animal in the world. From baby to older people we all love dolphins, but most of us did not know that they can be even nicer than we know them when they are pink! The pink dolphin is a rare color dolphin in the world. And the good news is that a rare mother of pink dolphins named Pinky gave birth to a baby pink dolphin!

The name Pinky, for her color and popularity. Pinky became popular 12 years ago when she was seen by Captain Erik Rue on the Calcasieu River in Louisiana. He explained, I saw them swimming regularly in the area and mating with the dolphins.

A video of them was posted on Pinky’s Facebook page and shows the couple jumping in the Calcasieu boat channel near the ship. Also some times ago Bridget Boudreaux saw Pinky and her children in the river. She saw her swim and jump. Discovering the mother and her baby was a wonderful experience for her and even asked the captain to stop the boat so that she had more time to enjoy it.

According to experts, Pinky is a rare fluvial dolphin that has the pink color of a rare genetic mutation. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has listed endangered species and their population is reducing and there are only tens of thousands of them left.

It is very good news for the next generation of dolphins. The birth of the calf gives hope that the calves inherited the genetic mutation of their mother, which would help to increase the population of rare species. Captain Street explained that the dolphin was very pink from the tail to the top and had red eyes. Its skin is smooth and shiny. Pinky is not affected by the environment or sunlight but tends to stay below the surface more than other elements of the capsule. It is an incredible mammal that encourages locals and guests are thrilled to have the opportunity to see this unique and wonderful creature.

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