A Bite to Eat

A BITE TO EAT: The boto, or pink river dolphin, is about to catch a tasty morsel. The unfused vertebrae in its neck allow the boto to move its head in all directions; and the 30 some pairs of teeth in its upper and lower jaws make it well equipped to crush its favourite meal, armoured catfish, and even the hard shells of crabs or turtles.© Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED