It is scientifically proven that the sounds emitted by dolphins can benefit children with difficulties in socializing and having a good sleep.
A pair of dolphins have been brought to Yucatan in Mexico to perform these acts.
AP (Feb. 16, 2012) Rescue teams from the International Fund for Animal Welfare are trying to save 10 stranded dolphins. Last month 177 short-beaked common dolphins stranded on Cape Cod, that's five times what ... watch video
AP (Jan. 18, 2012) Teams from the International Fund for Animal Welfare are working to rescue scores of Common dolphins stranded on the shores of Cape Cod. Nineteen of the 27 dolphins stranded alive were released. ... watch video
AP (July 12, 2013) A group of blind and visually impaired students got the chance to interact with dolphins at Miami's Seaquarium. The program supports learning about nature and confidence ... watch video
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Aug. 4, 2014 A new analysis on failed shark attacks on the approximately 120 Atlantic spotted dolphins that are residents of the waters near Bimini, The Bahamas, has found that a total of 14 dolphins (15 percent ... read more
May 8, 2012 To gain new insights into how dolphins communicate, researchers in Japan created a prototype of an extremely broadband “dolphin speaker” capable of projecting dolphins’ communication sounds, ... read more
Mar. 29, 2012 Dolphins behave uniquely. On the one hand, male dolphins form alliances with others; on the other hand, they live in an open social structure. Anthropologists from the University of Zurich detected ... read more