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*beezzer hops into the room*
If dolphins can talk, then. . . . I wonder. . . . do they have religion?
*after tossing a hand grenade into the room, hops back out*
reply to post by daaskapital
On the other hand, if they could talk, they'd always be begging for more fish, laughing at us, and we could probably never shut them up.
I have a bird that can say mine name if he wants to.
In one of the most extensive studies of its kind, male bottlenose dolphins were also found to organise gang-like alliances, in which they guard females against other groups.
In some instances, males would assert their authority by forcefully mounting other males and other such violent sexual behaviour.
reply to post by PhoenixOD
I think it's quite a stretch to attribute human motives of a criminal predator to the behavior we see among animals.
We were able to come
up with a 35 word vocabulary before the project was disbanded due to the
death of my partner, Dr. Dwight Wayne Batteau, the head of the project.