Pink Dolphin


Did you know there are pink dolphins? They live in fresh water inhabiting the Amazon and  Orinoco Rivers in South America. They are called “boto” by the natives. There are three sub-species that are mostly found in South America, although they have been spotted in the ocean as far away as Louisiana and Japan. They do not  jump out of the water as much as their grey cousins and get pinker with age. Their color comes from many blood vessels just under the skin.


This art allows you to view scenes only available on, under or near the water. Looking through the porthole may remind you of a memory or take you into the future and your to do list, or perhaps just be a view for fun. These are 11” diameter and 2 ½ inches deep.