Regulatory News

Bottlenose and Atlantic Spotted Dolphins spend 15% of their time together, living amicably on the Bahaman coast. The discovery was made by scientists at the Research Center for Pacific Mammals, based in Washington.

Researcher Cindy Elliser told New Scientist magazine that, in addition to swimming and hunting together, the dolphins even take care of pups of other species. "These interactions appear to have evolved to allow the dolphins to share space and resources," she analyzed

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