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Whales and dolphins lead 'human-like lives'

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I hope their brain capacity doesn't evolve far enough for them to start worrying whether god is real or not, or if hes angry with them or not. :( Just keep swimming dolphins! Don't you stop to think!:P

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Clearly they don't wage enough war to be on our level.

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18 minutes ago, Paulywally said:

Clearly they don't wage enough war to be on our level.

Tell that to the man-eating sharks.

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I feel sorry for these marine mammals, all marine life. They are intelligent creatures that should not have to put up with mans ignorance and malice. Fascinating creatures that should not be hunted.

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Speaking of sleeping, how do the dolphins and other se mammals do it?  Seeing they need air, where do they sleep in the middle of the ocean?  Even with one eye open just floating on the surface of the ocean must have some risk to it.

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15 hours ago, paperdyer said:

Speaking of sleeping, how do the dolphins and other se mammals do it?  Seeing they need air, where do they sleep in the middle of the ocean?  Even with one eye open just floating on the surface of the ocean must have some risk to it.

All you ever need to know

http://www.dolphinear.com/data/dolphins.htm

 

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I tried to play chess with a dolphin once and I think they are kind of stupid.

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