We already heard of dolphin vocalizations and signature whistles. A new research suggests that dolphins might actually call each other by names.
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.
A huge pod of about 1,000 Common Dolphins stampeded off the coast of Dana Point, California, like a herd of wild horses. Passengers aboard Captain Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari boat were able to see a truely spectacular show.
Promar, a group of volunteers, are working ’round the clock to save the striped dolphin in Spain.The young striped dolphin was separated from his family last summer and found close to shore in August near Roquetas de Mar—about 60 miles southeast of Granada on the southern coast of Spain—lost, sick and all alone. Here you can help.
Update: We just learned that Marcos died a couple of days ago
Watch a beautiful memory on YouTube.
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!
It’s been 15 years since the documentary was first released in November 1997, but it is still considered one of the most telling exposures of the captive marine mammal industry. It is a must-see video for everybody. Captivity is not an option!
The world’s smallest and most endangered dolphin ‘will die out’ unless radical changes are made to fishing, say scientists. There are less than 22 breeding females left. If nothing changes the species will be wiped out by humans.