Angel the bottlenose dolphin, pictured above, is the world's only albino dolphin in captivity. Angel was captured last year as a baby during the annual "drive fishery" in Taiji, Japan, when hundreds of dolphins are herded into shallow water and killed with spears.

Angel the bottlenose dolphin, pictured above, is the world's only albino dolphin in captivity. Angel was captured last year as a baby during the annual "drive fishery" in Taiji, Japan, when hundreds of dolphins are herded into shallow water and killed with spears.

Tried to pin this to my page myself, but couldn't...searched for them on here and there they were...beautiful. Even The Creator loves pink.

Tried to pin this to my page myself, but couldn't...searched for them on here and there they were...beautiful. Even The Creator loves pink.

Pink river dolphins are found only in the Amazon, and considering their unusual appearance and intelligence, it’s no wonder there’s a whole slew of fables associated with them. One such legend tells of Bufeo Colorado, a pink dolphin who shape-shifts into an attractive fisherman. He uses his charm to lure girls away and convince them to

Pink river dolphins are found only in the Amazon, and considering their unusual appearance and intelligence, it’s no wonder there’s a whole slew of fables associated with them. One such legend tells of Bufeo Colorado, a pink dolphin who shape-shifts into an attractive fisherman. He uses his charm to lure girls away and convince them to

Pink Dolphin - A fresh water river dolphin endemic to Amazon river ~ shot in the wild near Leticia, Colombia

Pink Dolphin - A fresh water river dolphin endemic to Amazon river ~ shot in the wild near Leticia, Colombia

Pink Dolphin Spotted Swimming in Louisiana Waters.  nia geoffrensis, commonly known as the Amazon river dolphin, is a freshwater river dolphin endemic to the Orinoco, Amazon and Araguaia/Tocantins River systems of Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela. -Wikipedia

Pink Dolphin Spotted Swimming in Louisiana Waters. nia geoffrensis, commonly known as the Amazon river dolphin, is a freshwater river dolphin endemic to the Orinoco, Amazon and Araguaia/Tocantins River systems of Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela. -Wikipedia

:) PINK DOLPHINS OF THE AMAZON. WHY ARE THEY PINK? THE WERE TRAPPED BY THE RISING ANDES MILLION OF YEARS AGO AND SLOWLY BECAME FRESH WATER MAMMALS. THE NO LONGER NEEDED THE OCEN COLOR PROTECTION AND LOST IT.                                                                                                                                                     More

:) PINK DOLPHINS OF THE AMAZON. WHY ARE THEY PINK? THE WERE TRAPPED BY THE RISING ANDES MILLION OF YEARS AGO AND SLOWLY BECAME FRESH WATER MAMMALS. THE NO LONGER NEEDED THE OCEN COLOR PROTECTION AND LOST IT. More

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