6 thoughts on “Dolphin Bubbles: An Amazing Behavior

  1. They are so intelligent that it`s scary. I wonder how intelligent they really are, I mean they have the second largest brain in relation to their body, right after the homo sapiens. And whoa have they means to communicate; according to newer studies, they do not really emit soundwaves, but compact sound-cones with different structures inside, and there are approximately 8-10 completely different types of cones.
    Fuck chimpanzees.

  2. I saw this a while ago and was absolutely struck by the beauty and intelligence of these dolphins. I love thinking that there are other animals out there that can think like us and may someday communicate (more or less) directly w/ us. I’d ask them if being a dolphin is as much fun as it looks. What would you ask them?

  3. I’d like to be a dolphin. They defend themselves from predators in groups.

    A lot of the behavior they see is not how they act in the wild though. Just like at the zoo, animal behavior changes when they are caged up. Sound familiar?

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