Scientists aim to discover what makes dolphins happy

5/29/2018
Are captive dolphins “happy?” That is the question animal rights campaigners always want answered. French scientists working with dolphins at a ...
I'm not a raging liberal but it seems to me that they did a study of what makes prisoners happiest in prison and then patted themselves on the back ...
Are captive dolphins “happy?” That could be a question that animal rights campaigners always want to know. French scientists working with dolphins ...
A new study exploring the behavior of captive dolphins has revealed the marine animals look forward to interacting and playing with their caretakers ...
A study says bottlenose dolphins confined in recreational facilities are happy to interact with their trainers more than playing with toys or when allowed ...
The team worked with the dolphins at Parc Astérix, a theme park with one of France's largest dolphinariums. With help from her colleagues at the ...
5/28/2018
Scientists working with the mammals at at Parc Astérix, a marine park near Paris, have determined that despite being in captivity, dolphins seem to ...
Turns out, dolphins do have a real sense of porpoise. Scientists working with the mammals at at Parc Astérix, a marine park near Paris, have ...
The happiness level of dolphins in captivity has been studied for the first time - and it's produced some rather surprising results. Scientists studied ...
A recent study aimed to find out how marine park dolphins actually felt about their life in captivity.
A team of scientists have attempted to measure “happiness” in dolphins for the first time. Researchers in France assessed captivity from the ...
Do dolphins enjoy playing with human companions? No one knows for sure, but a new study indicates that captive bottlenose dolphins react when ...
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5/27/2018
From BBC. Media playback is unsupported on your device. Scientists working with dolphins at a marine park near Paris have attempted to measure ...
Scientists working with dolphins in France have measured the happiness of dolphins for the first time - and found they enjoy seeing their favourite ...
Scientists working with dolphins at a French marine park have tried to measure how the mammals feel about aspects of their lives in captivity.
According to the UK charity Whale and Dolphin Conservation, there are at least 3,000 cetaceans - the group of "toothed whales" that dolphins belong ...
Scientists working with dolphins at a marine park near Paris have attempted to measure how the animals feel about aspects of their lives in captivity.
Scientists aim to discover what makes dolphins happy ... Research on captive dolphins appears to show they look forward to interacting with familiar ...

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