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Dowsing Dolphins by Jim Lyons

Background From time to time, I scan the literature to find out the latest ideas on animal behaviour but navigation in particular. Despite numerous papers involving the tracking of birds, hamsters, fish etc., I struggle to find the word that … Continue reading

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Dolphins

Whilst dolphins may not teach us much more about animal navigation than other animals, humanity has been fascinated by the dolphin from the earliest times. ¬†They are a part of Greek mythology and we have continuous stories of sailors being … Continue reading

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