What’s Your Name, Little Dolphin?Posted: May 9, 2006
Dolphins have “names”, or as techies might say, “unique identifiers”:
Dolphins communicate like humans by calling each other by “name”, scientists in Fife have found, BBC News Online reported. The mammals are able to recognise themselves and other members of the same species as individuals with separate identities, using whistles.
p.s. Funny – women don’t seem to respond so positively to whistles. They should take a page from the dolphins.