Study: Dolphins call each other with "signature whistles"

07/23/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Dolphins use specific whistles to call each other, a phenomenon similar to humans calling each other by name, according to research by marine biologists from Scotland's University of St. Andrews. The researchers followed several groups of bottlenose dolphins for four months, identifying and recording their whistles.

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