A new study reveals that whales, dolphins and porpoises use narrow beams of high intensity sound to echolocate prey.
A new study, by Whale and Dolphin Conservation and the universities of St Andrews and Exeter, reveals dolphins learn tricks from each other.
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Bottlenose dolphins use signature whistles to address one another
How dolphins keep it in the family.
University of St Andrews scientists have been chosen to showcase their research at a Buckingham Palace 'Science Day'.
PICTURE CREDIT: Dr Vincent Janik.
CAPTION: A Chilean dolphin, copyright Sonja Heinrich.
The University of St Andrews Sea Mammal Research Unit will showcase some of its most exciting and cutting-edge research next week at a prestigious event highlighting the best of British science.