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A baby dolphin at it's mothers side simultaneously jumping out of the water near Sao Miguel Island, Azores region, Portugal Picture: Sascha Losko/Solent (via Pictures of the day: 6 August 2013 - Telegraph)
Photo of the playful antics of Pacific White Sided Dolphins in Johnstone Strait off Vancouver Island at sunset, British Columbia
A pod of bottlenose dolphins surf a wave at Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. This photograph was snapped by Cliff Russell while he was watching his son Nat bodyboard. Picture: Cliff Russell/Solent News & Photo Agency
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It is believed that dolphins are the second smartest animal on earth- just after humans. so why do we still keep them in little tanks to perform silly tricks for us?
The killing of dolphins continues in Taiji, Japan. Boats herd whole pods into ‘the cove’ where many are either taken for captivity or slaughtered. The organization, Sea Shepherd, estimates more than 800 dolphins have been killed since Sept. 1. Sam Simon, TV executive, co-creator of the iconic show ‘The Simpsons’, and hero to animal advocates is now in Taiji with Sea Shepherd.
Chilean or black dolphin (Cephalorhynchus eutropia)
A new study shows that bottlenose dolphins assign themselves and each other signature whistles that serve as names in interactions with other dolphins. This makes dolphins the only animal besides humans to be known to call each other by name!
New Device May Open Up Communication With Dolphins, But Will They Respond?
Stop the Dolphin Slaughter - these beautiful creatures need to be kept safe from the disgraceful human behaviour shown most recently by Japanese fishermen.
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These dolphins gatecrashed one of the world's top surfing contests in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, to put on an impressive wave-riding show of their own
Spotted Dolphins in the Bahamas | Brian Skerry Photography