BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT IN WILD BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN NEWBORNS (TURSIOPS SP.) by JANET MANN 1,2) and BARBARA SMUTS 3,4) ( 1 Departments of Psychology & Biology, Georgetown University, Washington DC 20057; 3 Departments of Psychology & Anthropology, 4014 East Hall, 525 East University, The

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( Tursiops spp.) are among the best-studied delphinids and are known to form fission–fusion societies (Aureli et al., 2008 ). Previous studies revealed that female bottlenose dolphins have not only associates based on kinship but also those are not based on kinship, and females associate with those in

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Mediterranean waters off southern Spain . Deep-Sea Res. I 49 : 2053 – 2073 . Cockcroft VJ , Ross GJB . 1990 . Age, growth, and reproduction of bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus from the east coast of Southern Africa . Fish. Bull. 88 : 289 – 302 . Fernandez F , Hohn AA . 1998

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OCCURRENCE OF THE BARNACLE, XENOBALANUS GLOBICIPITIS , ON COASTAL BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS ( TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS ) IN NEW JERSEY BY JACALYN TOTH-BROWN 1,3 ) and A. A. HOHN 2 ) 1 ) Marine Field Station, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, 800 c/o 132 Great Bay Blvd

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DIURNAL ACTIVITY CYCLES IN CAPTIVE AND FREE-RANGING INDIAN OCEAN BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS (TURSIOPS AD UNCUS EHRENBURG) by G. S. SAAYMAN, C. K. TAYLER and D. BOWER 1) 2) (Museum, Snake Park and Oceanarium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa) INTRODUCTION The establishment of facilities for scientific

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SEQUENTIAL FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS, TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS, IN SARASOTA BAY, FL by DOUGLAS P. NOWACEK 1,2) (Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543) (Acc. 15-VI-2002) Summary Detailed analyses of dolphin foraging behaviour have typically

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that geographic and social separation between populations may lead to variations in whistle structure of bottlenose dolphins ( Tursiops truncatus ). Dolphins in nearby areas may influence each other’s whistles through mimicry during the periodic movements of individuals between adjacent regions (Wang

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NOTES AND NEWS THE BARNACLE, XENOBALANUS GLOBICIPITIS (CIRRIPEDIA, CORONULIDAE), ATTACHED TO THE BOTTLE-NOSED DOLPHIN, TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS (MAMMALIA, CETACEA) ON THE SOUTHEASTERN COAST OF INDIA BY SUBRAMANIAN KARUPPIAH 1,3 ) , ANNAMALAI SUBRAMANIAN 2 ) and JEFFREY PHILIP OBBARD 1 ) 1 ) Tropical

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be used in social analyses. Our test data come from a small, isolated population of bottlenose dolphins ( Tursiops truncatus ) that is almost entirely restricted to the Doubtful/Thompson/Bradshaw Sound complex (hereafter referred to as Doubtful Sound) in Fiordland, New Zealand. Each individual in

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studied than the bottlenose dolphin ( Tursiops spp.). Bottlenose dolphins have complex social structure and impressive cognitive skills that include learned vocalizations and a remarkable ability to imitate in the vocal and motor domains (Connor, 2007 ; Marino et al., 2007 ; Janik, 2009 , 2014

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