Dolphins are popular animals because they're both very cute and very intelligent. But that gray coloring is so drab! It doesn't exactly catch the eye. Enter this specimen, a bright pink dolphin that apparently jumped off the front of a second-grader's Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper and into the sea to bring some color and character to the pod. The dolphin pictured is pink due to albinism (a genetic mutation), but there are some species of dolphin -- the Amazon river dolphin and the Chinese white dolphin -- that are naturally and normally pink.
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