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172,257,515
Recovered
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4,102,483
Deaths
Updated on July 18, 2021 15:22

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Global Statistics

All countries
190,988,138
Confirmed
Updated on July 18, 2021 15:22
All countries
172,257,515
Recovered
Updated on July 18, 2021 15:22
All countries
4,102,483
Deaths
Updated on July 18, 2021 15:22

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In a current research study, scientists find that Dolphins remember the names of their closest allies. They call each other during raids and pillage. The study says that their call is also during capturing and defending females in heat. This study is unique in its own type. They do this by learning the names or signature whistles of their close team members.

This research study explains the concept of team membership. This behavior is only found in humans, however now extended to other species. The study reveals that dolphins maintain large size brains and so complex societies.

“Male dolphins typically cooperate as a pair or trio, in what researchers call a “first-order alliance.” These small groups work together to find and corral a fertile female. Males also cooperate in second-order alliances comprised of as many as 14 dolphins; these defend against rival groups attempting to steal the female. Some second-order alliances join together in even larger third-order alliances, providing males in these groups with even better chances of having allies nearby should rivals attack” says Science Magazine.

The question arises on that how these first and second-order groups keep track. The study solves it and adds that their whistles are the key. Every dolphin learns a key whistle from their parents and keeps it lifelong. These dolphins learn the key whistles of each other and then call by it, just like we call each other by name.

Future Scenario

Future studies will reveal how dolphins maintain such societies at large. This study will also help scientists and researchers to extend their study to other animals of the animal kingdom.

Further study at Science.

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