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Hyper-social whales Neuroscientist Kieran Fox and his colleagues searched hundreds of scientific papers on cetaceans, the group that includes whales and dolphins.
Relatively unspoiled landscapes and untouched nature, for one: Beneath the shadow of imposing volcanic rock is a rugged paradise, one of sand dunes and lush green hills and a coastline where dolphins and whales are often spotted.
Tourists, and even the dolphins that entertain them, were evacuated.
Eagles fly overhead, and dolphins arch from the water as if on cue.
Brett Stones, who runs dolphin-watching trips with the company SeaMôr, witnessed the mysterious occurrence after returning from a day on the water.
Even so, makeup tends to be minimal or nonexistent and people generally dress conservatively, even at amusement parks and dolphin shows; there was no sign of bluejeans, thought to be a sign of Western decadence.
Saving the pink dolphin may mean reinventing Hong Kong itself.
Elephants take longer, but scorpions out-gestate manatees, dolphins, and us, among others.
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Origin and Etymology of dolphin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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