Welcome to a water-filled woodland. During the rainy season, the bloated Amazon transforms into a portal to another dimension, where pink dolphins float like they're in a fantasy. In Peru, they are known as bufeo colorado, or ruddy dolphins. Their hues vary from white to gray to a bright pink. These amazing mammals, which are actually river-dwelling whales, easily navigate the diverse and dangerous world of the Amazon rain forest as they take us down the road of myth. Watch as they transport us to a primitive world. They are the only ones who can show us the extent of the Amazon's elegance, diversity, and magic—and help us keep our world rich and whole.