Hong Kong’s wild stars
Martin Williams

          There are even a few stars emerging among local species. Here is a selection of four of these wild stars.

Chinese white dolphin

          When newborn, the dolphins are grey, but as they age they switch to dapple-grey, becoming uniform soft pink as adults, making this one of only two pink dolphins in the world. For some reason, the dolphins in and near Hong Kong are a richer pink than those elsewhere, which has helped them become a tourist attraction, with specialist operator Hong Kong Dolphinwatch offering excursions to see the "world’s pinkest dolphins".

For more, please see Hong Kong's wild stars: black-faced spoonbill, Romer's tree frog, Chinese white dolphin and Macromidia ellenae

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