Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes
The color pink river dolphin is one of the rarest animals in the Amazon. The aquatic mammal surprises visitors for its docility, skin color and ease in playing the zookeeper company in Floating. Unlike dolphins that live in the sea, the dolphins are typical of the rivers and lakes of the Amazon.
They have sonar that capture the exact location of shoals of fish to feed, even in dark and deep waters. With its flexible vertebrae, they also easily embrenham in flooded areas to hunt food. On average, about 20 minutes guests interact with animals and can feed them, film them and photograph them. All this following the instructions of environmental legislation Ibama and ICMBIO.
The tour is only held by reservation, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.