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Current adaptations The Amazon River Dolphin, also known as the Boto is a river dolphin that lives in the amazon river. It’s spine is not a regular dolphin spine, in fact it's spine isn’t fused so it can move its head 180 degrees to catch food better. Current habitat Botos swim into flooded forests in the high-water season searching for prey among the roots and trunks of partially submerged trees. Future habitat The amazon river will start getting shallower due to global warming. This could be a problem for the Boto because light could shine on it even more and its prey might see it. Future adaptations I think it will adapt to the environment by turning more brown to blend in with the water better. Its future name is dirt dolphin because it'll be closer to the color of the dirt in the water.