RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a corner of the sea where the tropical paradise of Guanabara Bay is located in the state of Rio de Janeiro, a female Guiana dolphin swims next to a newborn calf.
The only sound is the hiss of the whales' breath as they rise to the surface. The water looks like a mirror, and time has stopped.
The only movement is the dolphins performing acrobatic feats in the landscape framed by the Serra dos Órgãos (Organ Mountain) - the same landscape that has enchanted generations for centuries. Silence and animals are the last survivors of . . .
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