The Pink Amazon River Dolphin will be extinct in 5 years due to climate change but not the way you think.
The Amazon Pink River Dolphin is already an endangered species, so there is no doubt it will be extinct in 5 years. Its predators: the Jaguar, Caimans, and large snakes will be affected by climate change due to the greenhouse gases going into the atmosphere making it hotter. The predators will most likely go near the water more often to cool off and get a snack. (THE PINK AMAZON RIVER DOLPHIN) So the Amazon River Dolphin will definitely be extinct by 2026 at least. The climate changes shouldn’t affect The Pink Amazon River Dolphin in anyway at all in the next 5 years, just their predators will make them go extinct.
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