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1 09, 2015

A dolphin and a diver

By |2015-09-01T04:07:12+02:001 September 2015|Categories: Ethology|0 Comments

Here is the story of a rescue that is far from common, something that exemplifies perfectly the proper relationship between dolphin and man. During a night scuba trip in Hawaii, this dolphin, tangled hopelessly in a fishing line, swims right up to a group of divers. It was clear that the dolphin needed help. On Friday, January 18th, [...]

19 08, 2015

The dolphins of Seabrook Island

By |2017-05-19T05:58:50+02:0019 August 2015|Categories: Ethology|0 Comments

South Carolina is home to many pods of bottlenose dolphins that have all adapted to the constantly shifting geography of the nearby inlets and bays. These dolphins have developed a technique that is unique to this region of the world and demonstrates the pure intelligence and the high sophistication of these animals. This strategy allows dolphins [...]