One captive Chinese river dolphin, Qi-Qi (male), provided most of all known information about this species.
Body length: 1.4-2.5m, Weight: 100-160kg.
Chinese river dolphins are grey with a paler belly. They have a long, narrow beak, which is slightly upturned, and a very low, triangular fin.
They inhabit the Yangtzekiang river in China.
Chinese river dolphins feed on fish.
They typically live in groups of 3-4, and are active from early evening to early morning.
Chinese river dolphins are classified as Critically Endangered by the 2000 IUCN Red List