New study examines complexity of dolphin culture; researchers determine that brain size correlates with “human-like” behaviors and societies

(Natural News) In a major study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, the complexity of Cetacean culture and behavior has been linked to the size of their brains. Like other mammals, whales and dolphins have tightly-knit family groups called pods whereby they follow certain social structures and form complex relationships, similar to human societies.┬áThe research…

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