Social clusters including mothers’ groups play an important role in the life of southern Australian bottlenose dolphins, a new study shows. Similar in giraffes, lions, hyenas […]
When it comes to wooing the ‘ladies’, it turns out male bottlenose dolphins seem to employ similar tactics to some human groups. Flinders field work on the […]
One of the first large-scale aerial surveys of the eastern Great Australian Bight found significant populations of dolphins and whales, underlining the importance of the region […]
When dolphins are in a safe, bountiful environment, they don’t venture far – despite having the capability to range over vast ocean distances. And within such […]
Dr Guido Parra wants to better protect Australia’s marine mammals from the threats of habitat degradation, pollution and other human impacts.