The article presents a study about the stomach content of a juvenile Bolivian river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis boliviensis), an endemic subspecies of the Amazon River dolphin, found in the upper Madeira River basin in Bolivia. The study finds that the stomach of Bolivian river dolphin contained a mixture of partially digested fish remains and a nematode. It says that the diet of adult Bolivian river dolphins include crabs and unidentified fish species, including members of the Characidae family.
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