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Scientists: sperm whales rotate hunting tasks - Seattle Post Intelligencer

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Now this is pretty cool, and makes sense (other species work in teams too). I'd say "watch this space" for some rather interesting research.
 

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Seeing some of the more recent posting on observations of dolphins inventing specialized techniques for group cooporation, monitoring just one pod won't be enough to determine universality.
 

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