Scientists have found new evidence that bottlenose dolphins may address each other by name.
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I'm not saying dogs weren't intelligent creatures in their distant past, before they were domesticated, but now wolves are much smarter than dogs.
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Females also mate with more than one partner. Apparently doing this enables females to find partners with better genes or who are better providers.
That makes chimps, along with orangutans and humans, the only species that appear to recognize themselves in the mirror.