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Dolphins Call Each Other by "Name" New Research Shows

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Scientists have found further evidence that dolphins call each other by "name", a Science Reporter, Rebecca Morelle, wrote on BBC news. The research has discovered that these marine mammals use a unique whistle to identify each other. In Scottland, a team from the University of St Andrews found that when dolphins hear their own “name” played back to them, they respond. Dr Vincent Janik, from the university's Sea Mammal Research Unit, mentioned that dolphins live in this three-dimensional enfirenment, and offshore don’t have any kind of landmarks so then need efficient systems to stay in touch and stay together”...

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