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Entangled dolphin ‘asked me for help’



Martina Wing

BBC News: Science & Environment

Posted: Jan 29, 2013


“If animal behavior is mostly instinctual, why do animals need to communicate? Is it possible that there is a universal language spoken and understood by all animals on earth, including humans? Do barks, growls, rumbles, chirps, yips, and meows have communicative meanings?” - Amazon

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