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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    We can't anthropomorphize them, yet we can still recognize their intelligence and the fact that they are far more complex than we credit them.
    I agree we should not anthropomorphize animals but I can't help but suspect that's what people are really doing when they speak to their more human qualities. Perhaps they're like us in less appealing ways as well. That said, they're certainly intelligent and complex creatures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    There is far more evidence that bottlenose dolphins engage in 'gang' activities, where they ram other porpoise species for fun or territorialism. They don't necessarily kill them, but their victims often later die from internal injuries. Sometimes the victims are young female dolphins. Competition between male dolphins can be pretty fierce. Then again adult male dolphins will kill baby dolphins to induce the females to come back into oestrus.
    So they ram other species for fun... They just don't kill them? OK.
    I find your lack of faith...disturbing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    So they ram other species for fun... They just don't kill them? OK.
    They leave them seriously injured. The truth is that scientists aren't sure why they engage in this behavior. Attacking porpoises might just be territorialism. Bashing female dolphins happens because the females aren't accommodating. It's not nice, but human males have been known to do the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    They leave them seriously injured. The truth is that scientists aren't sure why they engage in this behavior. Attacking porpoises might just be territorialism. Bashing female dolphins happens because the females aren't accommodating. It's not nice, but human males have been known to do the same thing.
    Interesting. And yet humans have never figured out why we randomly engage in this behavior either. Regardless... These animals engage in that behavior and that can't be disputed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    Interesting. And yet humans have never figured out why we randomly engage in this behavior either. Regardless... These animals engage in that behavior and that can't be disputed.
    The role of testosterone is not well understood. It is both a factor in prey drive and in mating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    The role of testosterone is not well understood. It is both a factor in prey drive and in mating.
    Women kill $#@! too.
    I find your lack of faith...disturbing...

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