Tiny Baby Dolphin Jumps in Perfect Sync with its Mom

Cayla de Souza

A video captures a baby dolphin jumping in perfect sync with its mother, showcasing their deep bond.

Dolphins are renowned for their intelligence and incredible social skills.

Unlike many animals, dolphins learn from their surroundings and each other, a process known as social learning.

A study revealed that dolphins can learn tricks from their peers, such as “walking” on water with their tail fins.

While mothers play a crucial role in teaching their young, dolphins also learn from their peers.

Dolphins have been observed using tools, such as marine sponges to protect their rostrums while foraging.

Social interactions play a vital role in the emotional well-being of dolphins.

The video offers a glimpse into the complex world of dolphins, where social interactions and learning from one another are pivotal.


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