This film takes us on a scientific journey into the complex world of the dolphin, and investigates Professor Paul Manger’s recent assertion that dolphins are not as smart as we think.Using a variety of tests and observations in the wild, we illustrate how their IQ comes into play and scores on the charts. Read more
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