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Dolphins Aren't Dumb

Dolphins Aren't Dumb | veterinarian | Scoop.it
Intelligence is a complex subject but let's get one thing straight, dolphins aren't dumb. The question about which species are the 'smartest' fascinates us.

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This article was very interesting to me because I never thought dolphins were dumb but I didn't thibk they could be so smart. For example, a dolphin in a drive hunt can be aware of what is happeneing to other members in their socail group nearby. Also, some scientists believe that dolphins are the second smartest species ont the planet! I don't know if thats one hundred percent true but even if it is or isn't I still think it's pretty interesting and cool.

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Earthcode: The Cat's Purr and Other Sounds that Heal

Earthcode: The Cat's Purr and Other Sounds that Heal | veterinarian | Scoop.it
The Cat's Purr and Secret Sounds that Heal.

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Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, November 9, 2013 10:33 AM

This is absolutely amazing information! About how the cat's purr is at exactly the right decible to facilitate healing in both humans and cats. Wow! Check this out. 

334286's curator insight, November 19, 2013 12:05 PM

I found this article very interseting because when cats are injured they still purr. When a cat purrs it doesn't always mean they're happy, they can also be mad, sad and hurt.

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Earthcode: The Cat's Purr and Other Sounds that Heal

Earthcode: The Cat's Purr and Other Sounds that Heal | veterinarian | Scoop.it
The Cat's Purr and Secret Sounds that Heal.

Via Sharilee Swaity, 334286
334286's insight:

I found this article very interseting because when cats are injured they still purr. When a cat purrs it doesn't always mean they're happy, they can also be mad, sad and hurt.

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Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, November 9, 2013 10:33 AM

This is absolutely amazing information! About how the cat's purr is at exactly the right decible to facilitate healing in both humans and cats. Wow! Check this out.