A new study links the size of whale and dolphin brains to the complexity of the species’ cultural and social behavior. The research could help us better understand the interplay between our own brains and social development. Image via Pixabay. Whales and their smaller relatives, dolphins, have vibrant social lives. They form closely-knit social groups based…
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