Two pigmy whales, a mother and a calf got stranded in a beach unable to navigate back to the ocean past a series of sandbanks. Seeing their plight a dolphin arrived and guided the whales 200 yards along the shoreline and out through a channel into the open sea.
Killer whales are able to learn to speak Dolphin. When killer whales were socialized with bottlenose dolphins at a water facility, they changed the types of sounds they made to resemble those of their social partners.
The world’s largest concentration of nukes is housed 20 miles NW of Seattle, and it’s defended by trained dolphins.
In 2004 a lifeguard was swimming with his daughter when dolphins started circling them. He then noticed a shark beneath them. The shark was driven away by the dolphins.
Some people believe dolphins and whales are actually a race of alien beings called the Nommos.
Dolphins talking to each other over the phone will recognize who they’re talking to.
If you come across a stranded dolphin, do not help it back into the water. More often than not, they beach themselves purposely because they are sick/injured and are trying to avoid drowning.
Dolphins can communicate with one another over a telephone, and appear to know who they are talking. In one experiment carried in an aquarium in Hawaii, the mother and her two-year-old calf in another tank, connected by a special underwater audio link, recognized each other and “talked”.
At a Marine Mammal Studies Institute, dolphins were trained to turn in trash that fell into the pools in exchange for fish. One dolphin was smart enough to hide pieces of paper under a rock, tearing off smaller pieces from the paper in order to get more fish out of it.
Dolphins will communicate with one another over a telephone, and appear to know who they are talking to.