Endangered dolphin with broken blowhole learns to mouth-breathe
Coming up for airSteve Dawson, University of OtagoBy Alice KleinNot just a pretty face? A dolphin has learned to breathe through its mouth after developing a faulty blowhole, highlighting the animal’s ability to adapt. The adult Hector’s dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori) was discovered in January 2014 off the coast of Christchurch in New Zealand. Steve...
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