Dolphins Create 'Names,' Respond When Called

Study asserts that the marine mammals use and respond to signature whistles.
0:22 | 07/23/13

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You might recognize that to -- from the sixties TV show clip -- There's -- new study suggests that dolphins in the wild calling each other by name and consistently. So -- -- in this researchers found that they sounded a particular whistle underwater in a specific dolphin responded to the sound almost as if to say you called. And now they want an off dolphins talk to each other using similar sounds. --

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