Nearly Extinct Pink Dolphin Gives Birth To Pink Calf

This dolphin mother, gave birth to the cutest and most adorable baby dolphin, but the baby has its own unique color, it is pink. People are calling her Pinky, and this dolphin was spotted in Louisiana in the Calcasieu river. Even the baby was there too with the mother!

This pink mammal became popular maybe 12 years ago, something like that. The first one to spot her was Captain Erik Rue. Pinky even has her own Facebook Page, and that is where we found this adorable video of her and her baby swimming together. The two dolphins were swimming in front of a very big boat in the Calcasieu Ship Channel.

As indicated by specialists, Pinky is a Rare River Dolphin who got the pink color from an uncommon genetic transformation or mutation. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recorded river dolphins as endangered. The dolphin population is decreasing.

The introduction of the calf gives us trust that calves have acquired their mom’s hereditary transformation which would help in the exertion of expanding the number of inhabitants in uncommon species.

Skipper Rue clarified that the dolphin is pink from its tail to the tip, and has red eyes. Its skin is glossy and smooth.

Pinky isn’t influenced by nature or sunlight, however beyond any doubt likes to stay underneath the surface more than other animals.

She is simply incredible, she brings joy to the locals, and also visitors are amazed by the view, and admire her beauty.

Bridget Boudreaux saw Pinky her baby in the river not long ago. She saw them jumping and swimming in front of the boat, after that they were playing for a while. She was simply amazed by their beauty, and she even asked the captain to stop the boat, so that she can have a better view.


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