In this week’s episode, we present The Dolphin Species Song!

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In this week’s episode, we will review breaking Dolphin News from around the world, focus our Science Spotlight on dolphin personailites, and in our Kids’ Science Quickie, we’ll discuss dolphin mittens.

The Dolphin POd

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Dr. Stan Kuczaj

 

 

 

In this week’s science spotlight, we will be discussing dolphin personalities. For this episode, I interview Dr. Stan Kuczaj. Dr. Kuczaj is a professor of psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi, where he is the director of the Marine Mammal Behavior and Cognition program at USM. He was kind enough to join us today so we could discuss his research into dolphin personalities.

 

 

Read more: Dolphin personalities, dolphin mittens (flippers), dolphin news (Episode 9)

In this week’s episode, we will review breaking Dolphin News from around the world, focus our Science Spotlight on dolphin communication, and in our Kids’ Science Quickie, we’ll discuss cookie cutter sharks.

The Dolphin POd

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Read more: Dolphin communication, cookie cutter sharks, dolphin news (Episode 10)

In this week’s episode, we will review breaking Dolphin News from around the world, focus our Science Spotlight on dolphins and whales in the Middle Ages, and in our Kids’ Science Quickie, we’ll discuss magnetite.

The Dolphin POd

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Dolphin illumination

 

 

The age of modern scientific study of dolphins, whales and other animals probably started around the 18th century. Before that time period, what did the average person on the street know about whales and dolphins and how did they come by this information? In today’s science spotlight, we will be speaking with Dr. Ranke de Vries, lecturer in Celtic Studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Dr. de Vries studies ancient manuscripts from medieval periods.

 

Read more: Dolphins and whales in the Middle Ages, magnetite, dolphin news (Episode 8)

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