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The fusing of the neck vertebrae, while increasing stability when swimming at high speeds, decreases flexibility, which means they are unable to turn their heads.
Some species log out of the water, which may allow them to travel faster. Their skeletal anatomy allows them to be fast swimmers. All species have a dorsal fin to prevent themselves from involuntarily spinning in the water.
Some dolphins are adapted for diving to great depths. In addition to their streamlined bodies, some can slow their heart rate to conserve oxygen.
Some can also re-route blood from tissue tolerant of water pressure to the heart, brain and other organs. Their hemoglobin and myoglobin store oxygen in body tissues and they have twice the concentration of myoglobin than hemoglobin.
The dolphin ear has specific adaptations to the marine environment. In humans, the middle ear works as an impedance equalizer between the outside air's low impedance and the cochlear fluid's high impedance.
In dolphins, and other marine mammals, there is no great difference between the outer and inner environments. Instead of sound passing through the outer ear to the middle ear, dolphins receive sound through the throat, from which it passes through a low-impedance fat-filled cavity to the inner ear.
The dolphin ear is acoustically isolated from the skull by air-filled sinus pockets, which allow for greater directional hearing underwater.
This melon consists of fat, and the skull of any such creature containing a melon will have a large depression.
This allows dolphins to produce biosonar for orientation. The dolphin eye is relatively small for its size, yet they do retain a good degree of eyesight.
As well as this, the eyes of a dolphin are placed on the sides of its head, so their vision consists of two fields, rather than a binocular view like humans have.
When dolphins surface, their lens and cornea correct the nearsightedness that results from the refraction of light; they contain both rod and cone cells, meaning they can see in both dim and bright light, but they have far more rod cells than they do cone cells.
Dolphins do, however, lack short wavelength sensitive visual pigments in their cone cells indicating a more limited capacity for color vision than most mammals.
They also have glands on the eyelids and outer corneal layer that act as protection for the cornea. The olfactory lobes are absent in dolphins, suggesting that they have no sense of smell.
Dolphins are not thought to have a good sense of taste, as their taste buds are atrophied or missing altogether. However, some have preferences between different kinds of fish, indicating some sort of attachment to taste.
Dolphins are often regarded as one of Earth's most intelligent animals, though it is hard to say just how intelligent. Comparing species' relative intelligence is complicated by differences in sensory apparatus, response modes, and nature of cognition.
Furthermore, the difficulty and expense of experimental work with large aquatic animals has so far prevented some tests and limited sample size and rigor in others.
Compared to many other species, however, dolphin behavior has been studied extensively, both in captivity and in the wild.
See cetacean intelligence for more details. Dolphins are highly social animals, often living in pods of up to a dozen individuals, though pod sizes and structures vary greatly between species and locations.
In places with a high abundance of food, pods can merge temporarily, forming a superpod ; such groupings may exceed 1, dolphins.
Membership in pods is not rigid; interchange is common. Dolphins can, however, establish strong social bonds; they will stay with injured or ill individuals, even helping them to breathe by bringing them to the surface if needed.
The dolphin Moko in New Zealand has been observed guiding a female Pygmy Sperm Whale together with her calf out of shallow water where they had stranded several times.
Dolphins communicate using a variety of clicks, whistle-like sounds and other vocalizations. Dolphins also use nonverbal communication by means of touch and posturing.
Dolphins also display culture , something long believed to be unique to humans and possibly other primate species. In May , a discovery in Australia found Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins Tursiops aduncus teaching their young to use tools.
They cover their snouts with sponges to protect them while foraging. This knowledge is mostly transferred by mothers to daughters, unlike simian primates, where knowledge is generally passed on to both sexes.
Using sponges as mouth protection is a learned behavior. Forms of care-giving between fellows and even for members of different species  see Moko dolphin are recorded in various species - such as trying to save weakened fellows  or female pilot whales holding up dead calves for long periods.
Dolphins engage in acts of aggression towards each other. The older a male dolphin is, the more likely his body is to be covered with bite scars.
Male dolphins can get into disputes over companions and females. Acts of aggression can become so intense that targeted dolphins sometimes go into exile after losing a fight.
Male bottlenose dolphins have been known to engage in infanticide. Dolphins have also been known to kill porpoises for reasons which are not fully understood, as porpoises generally do not share the same diet as dolphins and are therefore not competitors for food supplies.
Possible explanations include misdirected infanticide, misdirected sexual aggression or play behaviour. Dolphin copulation happens belly to belly; though many species engage in lengthy foreplay , the actual act is usually brief, but may be repeated several times within a short timespan.
Dolphins are known to display non-reproductive sexual behavior , engaging in masturbation , stimulation of the genital area of other individuals using the rostrum or flippers, and homosexual contact.
Various species of dolphin have been known to engage in sexual behavior up to and including copulation with dolphins of other species.
Sexual encounters may be violent, with male dolphins sometimes showing aggressive behavior towards both females and other males.
Various methods of feeding exist among and within species, some apparently exclusive to a single population.
Fish and squid are the main food, but the false killer whale and the orca also feed on other marine mammals. Orcas on occasion also hunt whale species larger than themselves.
One common feeding method is herding, where a pod squeezes a school of fish into a small volume, known as a bait ball. Individual members then take turns plowing through the ball, feeding on the stunned fish.
Reports of cooperative human-dolphin fishing date back to the ancient Roman author and natural philosopher Pliny the Elder.
Here, dolphins drive fish towards fishermen waiting along the shore and signal the men to cast their nets. The dolphins' reward is the fish that escape the nets.
Dolphins are capable of making a broad range of sounds using nasal airsacs located just below the blowhole. Roughly three categories of sounds can be identified: Dolphins communicate with whistle-like sounds produced by vibrating connective tissue, similar to the way human vocal cords function,  and through burst-pulsed sounds, though the nature and extent of that ability is not known.
The clicks are directional and are for echolocation, often occurring in a short series called a click train. The click rate increases when approaching an object of interest.
Dolphin echolocation clicks are amongst the loudest sounds made by marine animals. Bottlenose dolphins have been found to have signature whistles, a whistle that is unique to a specific individual.
These whistles are used in order for dolphins to communicate with one another by identifying an individual.
It can be seen as the dolphin equivalent of a name for humans. This consists of an experience with other dolphins that modifies the signal structure of an existing whistle sound.
An auditory experience influences the whistle development of each dolphin. Dolphins are able to communicate to one another by addressing another dolphin through mimicking their whistle.
The signature whistle of a male bottlenose dolphin tends to be similar to that of his mother, while the signature whistle of a female bottlenose dolphin tends to be more distinguishing.
The research on other species done so far has yielded varied outcomes and inconclusive results. Because dolphins are generally associated in groups, communication is necessary.
Signal masking is when other similar sounds conspecific sounds interfere with the original acoustic sound. Dolphins tend to travel in pods, upon which there are groups of dolphins that range from a few to many.
Although they are traveling in these pods, the dolphins do not necessarily swim right next to each other. Rather, they swim within the same general vicinity.
In order to prevent losing one of their pod members, there are higher whistle rates. Because their group members were spread out, this was done in order to continue traveling together.
Dolphins frequently leap above the water surface, this being done for various reasons. When travelling, jumping can save the dolphin energy as there is less friction while in the air.
Dolphins show various types of playful behavior, often including objects, self-made bubble rings , other dolphins or other animals.
Playful human interaction with dolphins being the most obvious example, however playful interactions have been observed in the wild with a number of other species as well, such as humpback whales and dogs.
Juvenile dolphins off the coast of Western Australia have been observed chasing, capturing, and chewing on blowfish.
Dolphins are known to teach, learn, cooperate, scheme, and grieve. Brain size was previously considered a major indicator of the intelligence of an animal.
Since most of the brain is used for maintaining bodily functions, greater ratios of brain to body mass may increase the amount of brain mass available for more complex cognitive tasks.
Killer whales have the second largest brain mass of any animal on earth, next to the sperm whale. Self-awareness is seen, by some, to be a sign of highly developed, abstract thinking.
Self-awareness, though not well-defined scientifically, is believed to be the precursor to more advanced processes like meta-cognitive reasoning thinking about thinking that are typical of humans.
Research in this field has suggested that cetaceans, among others, possess self-awareness. Some disagree with these findings, arguing that the results of these tests are open to human interpretation and susceptible to the Clever Hans effect.
This test is much less definitive than when used for primates, because primates can touch the mark or the mirror, while cetaceans cannot, making their alleged self-recognition behavior less certain.
Skeptics argue that behaviors that are said to identify self-awareness resemble existing social behaviors, and so researchers could be misinterpreting self-awareness for social responses to another individual.
The researchers counter-argue that the behaviors shown are evidence of self-awareness, as they are very different from normal responses to another individual.
Whereas apes can merely touch the mark on themselves with their fingers, cetaceans show less definitive behavior of self-awareness; they can only twist and turn themselves to observe the mark.
In , Marten and Psarakos used television to test dolphin self-awareness. They concluded that their evidence suggested self-awareness rather than social behavior.
While this particular study has not been repeated since then, dolphins have since passed the mirror test. Generally, dolphins sleep with only one brain hemisphere in slow-wave sleep at a time, thus maintaining enough consciousness to breathe and to watch for possible predators and other threats.
Earlier sleep stages can occur simultaneously in both hemispheres. In this case, respiration is automatic; a tail kick reflex keeps the blowhole above the water if necessary.
Anesthetized dolphins initially show a tail kick reflex. Living in water with strong currents and potentially dangerous floating debris, it must swim continuously to avoid injury.
Dolphins have few marine enemies. Some species or specific populations have none, making them apex predators. For most of the smaller species of dolphins, only a few of the larger sharks, such as the bull shark , dusky shark , tiger shark and great white shark , are a potential risk, especially for calves.
National Marine Mammal Foundation revealed that dolphins, like humans, develop a natural form of type 2 diabetes which may lead to a better understanding of the disease and new treatments for both humans and dolphins.
Dolphins can tolerate and recover from extreme injuries such as shark bites although the exact methods used to achieve this are not known.
The healing process is rapid and even very deep wounds do not cause dolphins to hemorrhage to death.
Furthermore, even gaping wounds restore in such a way that the animal's body shape is restored, and infection of such large wounds seems rare.
The study, published in the journal Marine Mammal Science, suggests that at least some dolphins are up to the shark challenge with research finding that many dolphins survive attacks using everything from sophisticated combat moves to teaming up against the shark.
Some dolphin species are at risk of extinction, especially some river dolphin species such as the Amazon river dolphin, and the Ganges and Yangtze river dolphin , which are critically or seriously endangered.
A survey found no individuals of the Yangtze river dolphin , which now appears to be functionally extinct. Pesticides , heavy metals, plastics, and other industrial and agricultural pollutants that do not disintegrate rapidly in the environment concentrate in predators such as dolphins.
Various fishing methods, most notably purse seine fishing for tuna and the use of drift and gill nets , unintentionally kill many dolphins.
Dolphin safe labels attempt to reassure consumers that fish and other marine products have been caught in a dolphin-friendly way.
The dolphins are netted only while fishermen are in pursuit of smaller tuna. Albacore are not netted this way, making albacore the only truly dolphin-safe tuna.
Dolphins and other smaller cetaceans are also hunted in an activity known as dolphin drive hunting. This is accomplished by driving a pod together with boats and usually into a bay or onto a beach.
Their escape is prevented by closing off the route to the ocean with other boats or nets. Dolphins are hunted this way in several places around the world, including the Solomon Islands , the Faroe Islands , Peru , and Japan , the most well-known practitioner of this method.
By numbers, dolphins are mostly hunted for their meat , though some end up in dolphinariums. Despite the controversial nature of the hunt resulting in international criticism, and the possible health risk that the often polluted meat causes, thousands of dolphins are caught in drive hunts each year.
Dolphins have long played a role in human culture. Dolphins are sometimes used as symbols, for instance in heraldry. In Greek myths , dolphins were seen invariably as helpers of humankind.
Dolphins also seem to have been important to the Minoans , judging by artistic evidence from the ruined palace at Knossos.
During the excavations of a major Mycenaean city at Iklaina , a striking fragment of a wall-paintings came to light, depicting a ship with three human figures and dolphins.
Dolphins are common in Greek mythology , and many coins from ancient Greece have been found which feature a man, a boy or a deity riding on the back of a dolphin.
A dolphin rescued the poet Arion from drowning and carried him safe to land, at Cape Matapan , a promontory forming the southernmost point of the Peloponnesus.
There was a temple to Poseidon and a statue of Arion riding the dolphin. He drowned but was transfigured as the marine deity Palaemon, while his mother became Leucothea.
At Corinth, he was so closely connected with the cult of Poseidon that the Isthmian Games , originally instituted in Poseidon's honor, came to be looked upon as the funeral games of Melicertes.
Phalanthus was another legendary character brought safely to shore in Italy on the back of a dolphin, according to Pausanias.
Dionysus was once captured by Etruscan pirates who mistook him for a wealthy prince they could ransom. After the ship set sail Dionysus invoked his divine powers, causing vines to overgrow the ship where the mast and sails had been.
He turned the oars into serpents, so terrifying the sailors that they jumped overboard, but Dionysus took pity on them and transformed them into dolphins so that they would spend their lives providing help for those in need.
Dolphins were also the messengers of Poseidon and sometimes did errands for him as well. Dolphins were sacred to both Aphrodite and Apollo.
When heraldry developed in the Middle Ages , not much was known about the biology of the dolphin and it was often depicted as a sort of fish.
Traditionally, the stylised dolphins in heraldry still may take after this notion, sometimes showing the dolphin skin covered with fish scales.
Dolphins are present in the coat of arms of Anguilla and the coat of arms of Romania ,  and the coat of arms of Barbados has a dolphin supporter.
The dolphin is said to be among the creatures which heralded the goddess' descent from the heavens and her mount, the Makara , is sometimes depicted as a dolphin.
The Boto , a species of river dolphin that resides in the Amazon River , are believed to be shapeshifters, or encantados , who are capable of having children with human women.
There are comparatively few surviving myths of dolphins in Polynesian cultures, in spite of their maritime traditions and relevance of other marine animals such as sharks and seabirds ; unlike these, they are more often perceived as food than as totemic symbols.
Dolphins are most clearly represented in Rapa Nui Rongorongo , and in the traditions of the Caroline Islands they are depicted similarly to the Boto, being sexually active shapeshifters.
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