Dolphins can do math

It has been found that dolphins may use complex nonlinear math when they go hunting. A new study suggests that dolphins may be much more skilled at maths than people ever thought possible.  The study was inspired when the lead author watched Discovery channels “Blue Planet”. He noticed that dolphins were blowing tiny bubbles around… Continue reading Dolphins can do math

Gorillas Fight Back

Two young gorillas have been found to be dismantling poacher’s snares in their forest home. These actions come just after a snare killed another young gorilla in the area. It has been noted as the first time that juveniles have been seen doing this. The observation was made at Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund’s Karioske Research… Continue reading Gorillas Fight Back

Endangered Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity

An endangered Sumatrian rhinoceros has been born at a sactuary in Indonesia, which is one of only four recorded births of a Sumatrian rhinoceros in captivity in 100 years.   The birth is significant because it is believed that there are less than 200 Sumatrian rhinoceros living in Indonesia & Malaysia. A spokesman for Indonesia’s… Continue reading Endangered Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity