Iniidae is a family of river dolphins containing one living and three extinct genera.
The family was described by John Edward Gray in 1846.
Current classifications include a single living genera, Inia, with one species and three subspecies. The family also includes three extinct genera described from fossils found in South America, Florida, Libya, and Italy.
***Species G. hudsoni
***Species Inia geoffrensis - Amazon River Dolphin
****Subspecies I. g. geoffrensis
****Subspecies I. g. boliviensis
****Subspecies I. g. humboldtiana
**Genus Ischyrorhynchus (syn. Anisodelphis)
***Species I. vanbenedeni (syn. Anisodelphis brevirostratus)
***Species S. argentinus (syn. Pontoplanodes obliquus)
***Species S. gigas
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