Dolphins Talk to Each Other Using Personal Names
Scientists at the Univ. of St Andrews have shown that bottlenose dolphins can use copying of signature whistles as a way of addressing or labeling animals on an individual basis.
The research was carried out by marine biologists Stephanie King and Vincent Janik who conducted sound playback experiments with wild bottlenose dolphins on the east coast of Scotland.
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