Scientists have found that dolphins communicate in a way that is very similar to what humans do, making them more intelligent than some people think.
The mother dolphins sing to their unborn calves in their wombs,according to a study.
Researchers used drones to aid in studying whales and dolphins in Hawaii and the results showed potential.
See the remarkable video clip of a pod of dolphins hunting a shark.
It turns out that levels of mercury in dolphins are linked to exposure in humans. Scientists have found that consuming locally caught seafood may cause some major issues for humans.
Scientists have uncovered a new, ancient and extinct species of river dolphin. By examining fossil fragments, researchers are shedding more light on the evolution of today's freshwater dolphin species.
For the first time ever, scientists have witnessed polar bears preying not on seals, but on dolphins. The new findings may indicate that these species may be adapting to climate change.
It turns out that people are hunting dolphins for their teeth. Researchers have discovered that from 1976 to 2013, more than 15,000 dolphins were killed by villagers in Fanalei in the Solomon Islands alone.
It turns out that humans aren't the only ones that have friends. Scientists have found that dolphins form highly complex and dynamic networks of friends that determine how they mingle and with whom they spend their time.
Scientists have identified more than 100 areas within U.S. waters that should be considered biologically important when making management and regulatory decisions about human activities.
A few species, including humans, can imitate new sounds and use them in appropriate social contexts. Known as vocal learning, this is one of the underpinnings of language. Now, scientists have found that killer whales possess this particular ability and can actually learn cross-species.