Scientists have known for years that dolphins recognize each other by the sound of their signature whistles. But it wasn’t known for just how long dolphins could remember these whistle calls.

The individually-specific whistles that each dolphin generates before their first birthday “for them functions like a name,” says Jason …read more

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