In a scientific first, researchers have just reproduced what a dolphin saw as it encountered a male diver.
Research team leader Jack Kassewitz of SpeakDolphin.com said in a press release that "our recent success has left us all speechless. We now think it is safe to speculate that dolphins may employ a 'sono-pictorial' form of language, a language of pictures that they share with each other. If that proves to be true an exciting future lies ahead for inter species communications."
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