The 46,000 square kilometer sanctuary is the first to be established in the Coral Triangle, and also provides protection to dugongs, whales, turtles, and dolphins.
A decade-long study has revealed that dolphins may learn harmful or undesirable behaviors, such as begging for food from humans, from each other.
A new study reveals that bottlenose dolphins form unique nested male alliances within an open social network based on shifting geographical ranges.
Irrawaddy dolphins have been discovered for the first time in West Kalimantan, a part of Indonesian Borneo best known for its dense tropical forests and rich wildlife.
New research shows that male dolphins who form social alliances have better reproductive success than those who go solo.
A new dolphin species has been discovered in Victoria. Its name, the Burrunan dolphin, is an Australian aboriginal word meaning ‘large sea fish of the porpoise kind.'