Game Changer Igor Simoes’ dolphin therapy helps children’s development

Americas Now

They’re a species of toothed whale, but live in rivers. They look like dolphins, but their color is pink. And while they’ve been mystical characters in local folklore for centuries, they can be seen today along the rivers of Brazil’s Amazon state.

They are the “boto” and thanks to one physical therapist, they’re helping children in their development.

Working alongside the beloved animals, he offers free sessions to kids with physical and mental disabilities.

Paulo Cabral introduces us to Game Changer Igor Simoes.

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