Dolphins form friendships through shared interests just like humans, scientists find

Dolphins form friendships through shared interests just like humans, scientists find

Are dolphins just like us? Not exactly, of course, but they do seem to form friendships in a way that's similar to humans. Researchers analyzed a subset of behavioral, genetic and photographic data from male dolphins collected during the winter in Western Australia's Shark Bay, which is the only place where dolphins can be seen using marine sponges as foraging tools.

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