Name 5 complex social behaviors of dolphins?


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  • 2 months ago

    Think about it, do your own google research, check your textbooks.

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  • 2 months ago

    It's too hard to tell. 

    "Swimming in a pod" isn't a complex social behavior, 'cause when fish do it we assume it's an instinctive behavior and not complex.

    "Singing" and "talking" may not be complex social behaviors either.  They might just be the equivalent of dogs barking at each other until lots of dogs are barking.

    Cooperative hunting may or may not be a complex social behavior.  Again, this is something that dogs can do.

    So, yeah.  I can think of only two complex social behaviors:

    o  assisting with a birth.  Other pod members keep the mother-to-be from drowning, then they do the same with the new baby.

    o the matriarch helps the boys choose appropriate mates (orcas).

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  • Lee
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    2 months ago




    Sexual misconduct

    General douchbagerry.

    Dolphins are a holes...

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  • 2 months ago

    Read your textbook

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  • 2 months ago

    I know they steal cars and fall in love, but they're pretty simple otherwise.

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