Complex communications of Sea dolphins

A new scientific discovery has been reported on the remarkable communciation skills of the bottle nose dolphins, the sea cousins of the fresh water Gangetic dolphins of Assam, West Bengal and other parts of India as well as Bangladesh and Nepal. The research was carried out off Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea as reported in the following link. This is extremely relevant to the work that C-NES and other organizations are doing on conservation of river dolphins given the fascinating and diverse ways river dolphins communciate with each other, as scientists and researchers who have studied them also have observed.

Read more: http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2010/06/dolphin-speak-a-language-of-infinite-complexity-sophistication.html

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  • Photos from the field:

    image002.jpg Sanjoy Hazarika with old friend and Director of the Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University, Prof. Sherman Teichman. Prof. Teichman's students have interned with C-NES in Assam, on the boat clinic projects. District Dr C R Hira,Consultant,  NRHM interacting with the young Medical Officers serving in C-NES' Boat Clinic heath teams.