Milo the Dolphin uses Sonar to locate the world around him. Incredible school boy Sam is learning how to tap into this skill and become an echolocator.
Some amazing footage from dolphins who developed a very special fishing technique. Read the article.
Interesting article about reports from several people getting a health check after an unusual dolphin encounter and found they had a tumor. Cetacean-grams instead of X-rays? And would that justify to keep dolphins in captivity?
It is a well written piece by David Kirby, author of “Death at Seaworld”. He provides a lot of general facts about the ecolation of cetaceans. Read for yourself…
More on dolphin language. The well-known Denise Herzing has given a TED Talk about the language abilities of dolphins. In her session titled “Do they have a language? If so, what are they talking about?” she shared her research in communicating with dolphins.
In their latest study Stephanie King and fellow St. Andrews biologist Vincent Janik investigate a phenomenon they first described in 2006 bottlenose dolphins recognizing the signature whistles of other dolphins they know. Read the article and listen to amazing audio clips.
Unbelievable beautiful pictures of a pod of sperm whales allowing an adult bottlenose dolphin with a spinal malformation to join them.They were seen swimming together in the Azorean archipelago.
A must see!
Scientists think that gift giving among wild dolphins at the Tangalooma Island Resort in Australia is a form of play behavior.
On 23 occasions over the past several years, wild dolphins were observed giving gifts to humans at the Tangalooma Island Resort in Australia. The gifts included eels, tuna, squid, an octopus and an assortment of many other types of different fin fish.