INDUS DOLPHIN ECOTOURISM PROJECT

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DISCOVER DIFFERENT TYPES OF RIVER DOLPHINS

Amazon Dolphin

The largest of the river dolphins, with an estimated population of at least 100,000. Its range covers from Amazon Orinoco river systems.

Franciscana Dolphin

Also known as La Plata dolphin, it lives in coastal Atlantic waters and brackish estuaries. Its population may be about 70,000.

Indus & Ganges Dolphin

Now classified as single species, Pakistan's bhulan and the susu of India, Bangladesh and Nepal are threatened: only 3,000 to 4,000 remain

Yangtze Dolphin

Development and fishing along the Yangtze River have all but wiped out the baiji. There have been no confirmed sightings since 2002

Indus Dolphin

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What makes Dolphin Unique

The Indus River Dolphin is a very unusual kind of cetacean. It is thought to have its origin in the ancient Tethys Sea

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(STFP) was established in 2008 as a non-profit and non-political organization

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