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Two bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) cooperate in a button-pressing task requiring precise behavioural synchronization. Dolphin Research Center

It’s teamwork: how dolphins learn to work together for rewards

Dolphin pairs had to learn to push buttons at the same time to get a reward. So what happened when one dolphin figured that out, while the other still had to learn?
A bottlenose dolphin leaping from the ocean in Panama. Christian Wittman/Shutterstock.com

Researchers find pathological signs of Alzheimer’s in dolphins, whose brains are much like humans’

Researchers have found evidence of the same brain pathologies in dolphins that are present in the brains of humans who died with Alzheimer’s. What might this suggest about Alzheimer’s in humans?
Swimming in synchrony is a fundamental social behaviour for dolphins and is thought to reinforce their bonds. Parc Astérix

Synchronised swimming makes dolphins more optimistic

A new study of captive dolphins has found that those engaging in synchronised swimming make more optimistic judgements about an unknown event.
Snow leopard, as captured by the BBC’s Planet Earth II. BBC/David Willis

Snow leopard ‘rape’: what was really going on?

The most recent episode of the BBC’s Planet Earth II has got people asking some hard questions about the world’s most mysterious big cats.

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