Scientists have found new evidence that bottlenose dolphins may address each other by name.
A new study has found that dolphin mothers who get help from female friends are more successful compared to those without help.
We humans tend to favor animals that behave like we do, like dolphins. Scientists have discovered another reason for us to favor dolphins. Like chimps, dolphins use tools to look for food, but while chimps use sticks, a handful of dolphins in Australia’s Shark Bay use sea sponges.