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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Video 2013 TED Talk "Denise Herzing: Could we speak the language of dolphins?" ~ Wild Dolphin Project

2013 TED Video "Could we speak the language of dolphins?"  A dolphin’s brain-to-body-weight ratio is second only to a human’s. They live complex social lives, can understand abstract concepts and even use tools. But as Denise Herzing asks in Session 8 of TED2013, “Do they have a language? If so, what are they talking about?” (More info in this article)

For 28 years, Herzing has been researching dolphins in the wild, spending five months each summer living, sleeping and working at sea off the coast of the Bahamas with a pod of Atlantic spotted dolphins. It’s the mission of her Wild Dolphin Project. These dolphins can live to their early 50s and, at this point, Herzing and her team are tracking three generations of the pod.

More DOLPHIN VIDEOs and more about Wild Dolphin Project