Developmental changes in separation and activity of wild bottlenose dolphin calves (Tursiops sp.)
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The Development of Respiratory and Diving Ability in the Bottlenose Dolphin Calves of Shark Bay, Western Australia Moderi, Andrea (2007)We examined the development of respiratory and diving competence in 44 wild bottlenose dolphin calves (Tursiops sp) in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Analyses of dive durations, dive patterns, and mother-calf synchrony ...
Hovis, Kristin (2011-05)One of the most notable and rare features in animal societies is a high degree of fission-fusion (FF) in which individuals change group membership frequently. This temporal-spatial fluidity is presumed to confer reproductive ...
Ecological and Life History Factors Influence Habitat and Tool Use in Wild Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops sp.) Patterson, Eric Michael (Georgetown University, 2012)While it has long been known that individual animals behave quite distinctively from other conspecifics, only recently has this intraspecific behavioral variation itself been the subject of investigation rather than a ...