FACT OF THE WEEK: Bottlenose dolphins may address each other by name!
MORE ON THIS: Recent research has suggested that bottlenose dolphins have individually unique signature whistles that are equivalent to human names. 286 more words
WO Clare checking in for another instalment of our weekly blog from the Brittany Ferries Cap Finistere! After last week proved relatively quiet on the cetacean front, Chantelle and I were both hopeful for calm seas and plentiful sightings. 1,373 more words
Dolphin watchers discovered a rare occurrence recently off the New Zealand coast: A bottlenose dolphin adopted an abandoned common dolphin pup.
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The chance to see things from a different perspective ranks among humanity’s great needs. The following images of animals in the womb offer a totally new way of seeing other species on this planet; they cause us to pause, and—at least for a short time—to reflect on everything that is incredible about existence. 573 more words
Scientific research is spotting a surprising range of animals that engage in same-sex relationships. In this mind-expanding list, we will look at the “Lesbian Albatrosses” of Hawaii; male dolphins who keep boyfriends; and sam-sex seagull couples who adopt young to raise together. 1,198 more words