The Guiana dolphin is also known as the estuarine dolphin, and is found in the coastal waters of North East and Southern Central America. Although an oceanic dolphin species, it can live in both oceanic and fresh water. It is considered as looking similar to bottle nose dolphins, though smaller – at around 2.1m. It is hesitant to travel far along the coast – which means that as the population drops there is a risk of populations getting isolated.
It is currently on Appendix ii for cites, but it is questionable as to whether or how it could recover.