DCP has asked a lot of questions about how dolphins use their pectoral fins to touch each other (check out Kathleen & the team’s long list of publications on the topic!). Our latest peer-reviewed article (that means other scientists had a read and agree the study is sound) looks at pectoral fin contact between Atlantic spotted & bottlenose dolphins. You can download the PDF for free until Nov 28th! https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1ZtNsmjLqKcw A big thanks to our co-authors for getting this done and out into the world! Enjoy!
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