A Dolphin Asks a Human for Help!
On a night-time dive near Hawaii, two divers were found by a bottle-nose dolphin. The dolphin started to swim around the divers over and over again.
The Pooch That Swims With Dolphins!
Kira is an ordinary dog with extraordinary habits: she swims with wild dolphins! This gorgeous video was filmed in Ponta do Ouro in Mozambique (the Indian Ocean). Watch Kira having the time of her life with a pack of dolphins come to say hello! The Pooch That Swims With Dolphins!
WATCH: Bottlenose Dolphin Looks For a Rescuer
How to Question Dolphins - Fascinating!
For the first time, marine biologists can ask dolphins questions and receive answers. This is done using the unique Echo Location Visualization and Interface System (ELVIS) allows Dolphins to make choices and answer questions! How to Question Dolphins - Fascinating!
How Smart ARE Dolphins, Anyway?
Dolphins are much smarter than we may have thought, say some scientists. In this quirky little video, suitable for all ages, we learn that they may be much smarter than we have believed, and may even use a sort of complex mathamtics to calculate locations!
Incredible Nature: A New Dolphin Enters the World...
An amazing and touching sight, this is the first baby for proud dolphin mom, 12-year-old Keo. Dolphin Quest trainers were in the water during the dolphin birth to observe and comfort the new dolphin mom.
The Friendliest Dolphin You've Ever Seen...
Jojo is a wild dolphin that just LOVES playing around with any creature he can. Most times those are humans and human children who really want to swim with him. Diving into the crystal clear waters with Jojo is to go on a super joyful and happy adventure! Meet Jojo, The Friendliest Wild Dolphin!
Ever Seen a Large Group of Dolphins Swim? It's Beautiful
Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, California, at great personal risk, has recently filmed and edited a 5-minute video.
A Prime Example of Why Dolphins Are So Amazing.
The sea world discovery show in San Diego, California, showcases bottlenose dolphins and pilot whales in a splashy, high energy show with some suprise comic moments. It's a fast-paced show featuring tail-walks, spinning jumps and backflips.
Do Dolphins Use Drugs? I'm In Shock.
The smiling dolphins we see and love may have a dark secret, as shown in this first-time video. Apparently the smiling aquatic mammals like to use pufferfish to get... well - drunk! Sucking on the venom of the pufferfish makes dolphins giddy, as you can see in this shocking video.
A Beautiful And Heart Warming Rescue of Dolphins
What would you do if you saw dolphins carried helplessly unto the beach, needing help? About 30 Dolphins stranded and saved by local people at Arraial do Cabo (Brazil) in the morning at 8:00 AM on March 5th 2012.
Want to Go Diving With Dolphins? Of Course You Do!
Come with us and the crew of the BBC as we dive headfirst into the cold, shimmering blues of the ocean, where we meet our best aquatic friends, the dolphins.
How and Why Did Dolphins and Whales Return to the Ocean?
Whales and dolphins, for example, returned to the ocean. But how, when and why? How and Why Did Dolphins and Whales Return to the Ocean? video, fish, walking, swimming, legs, dolphins, evolution, whales, adaptation Like all mammals, whales were once a terrestrial animal with four legs.
Useless Tusks and Dolphin-Lizards: Oddest Extinct Animals
Ichthyosaurus Is it a dolphin? Is it a swordfish? Neither. This smooth-skinned, long-snouted marine animal was a reptile that returned to the ocean in much the same way that the ancestor of whales and dolphins had.
Sit Back and Enjoy Majestic Shots of Whales and Dolphins
For the past 25 years, British Photographer Christopher Swann has captured stunning shots of cetaceans like whales and dolphins, both beneath and above the surface of the ocean. Swann has become finely attuned to the behaviors of these majestic creatures.
Watch: Dolphins, Sharks and Whales Take on a Shoal of Fish
An outstandingly large shoal of Sardines proves to be quite the feast for a variety of aquatic predators, including sea lions, sharks, dolphins, and even a whale. Incredibly none of the predators turn on each other, and instead manage to corral the ball of fish, taking turns to feed.
QUIZ: What’s Your Chronotype and Why Is It Useful to Know?
Try Again Share Result You’re a Dolphin Less than 10% percent of people are dolphins. Personality: Highly intelligent and independent, dolphins are outstanding problem-solvers. But because of their perfectionist nature, they are often stressed out and anxious.
Family is the Most Important Thing For These Animals
5 Inspiring Family Moments in the Animal Kingdom nature, animals, cute, video, family, dolphin, elephant, lions, baba recommends, cubs, BBC, panda bears Seeing animals caring for their family members in the wild is one of the most beautiful and inspiring things to watch.
Increase Productivity by Finding Your Ideal Daily Routine!
He studied a group of patients and divided them into four chronotypes: bears, lions, wolves, and dolphins. He claims that if you experience fatigue and find it hard to wake up in the morning, then you probably don’t follow the daily schedule of your chronotype.
SO CUTE! Animal Parents Take Care of Their Newborn Pups
From lion, to bear, to dolphin, mothers will do anything to raise their cute little pups and prepare them for the big world.
You Can Drastically Affect Your Productivity Knowing This!
Each chronotype takes the form of an animal: a bear, lion, wolf or dolphin - and explains the ideal daily routine for each. Want to know what yours is? Take the quiz here .
Sound Is Employed By These Animals to Make Contact
Bottlenose dolphins whistle a signature tune Dolphins are intelligent creatures. We all know that. However, some species of dolphins are known to display remarkable forms of communication as well.
WATCH: 12 Stunning Underwater Landscapes On Video
Recent advances in camera technology have made it possible to view the underwater world like never before, and I'd like to share some truly spectacular videos taken by divers from all over the globe: Click here to play all videos Manta Rays Amami Islands Cebu Island Dolphins in the Bahamas Coral Reef
Animal QUIZ: Can You Distinguish a Llama from an Alpaca?
Frog Toad kuribo/ Flickr Which of these pictures shows a dolphin and which shows a porpoise? Porpoises and dolphins are not-so-distant relatives, but dolphins have a much longer nose and a bigger mouth, whereas porpoises are overall rounder and chubbier than dolphins.