- marcia sivek
Boto's: Magical Creatures of the Amazon River - A Chat with Suzanne Smith
Boto's are Amazon River Dolphin, sometimes pink but always cute. They have a long rostrum with teeth that can munch through a turtle shell. They can reach up to 400+ pounds with strong flippers and tails but are graceful swimmers in the dark waters of the Amazon.
I spoke with Suzanne Smith, founder of the Amazon River Dolphin Conservation Foundation during a Facebook live presentation about the boto. Below is the audio version of our show.
We also showed this photo and video, along with others on the live show. Please enjoy!
If you have any questions about the Amazon River Dolphin please reach out to Suzanne via Facebook and send her a message.