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Title: Cetaceans Have Complex Brains for Complex Cognition
Authors: Marino, L.
Connor, R.C.
Fordyce, R.E.
Herman, L.M.
Hof, P.R.
Lefebvre, L.
Lusseau, D.
McCowan, B.
Nimchinsky, E.A.
Pack, A.A.
Rendell, L.
Reidenberg, J.S.
Reiss, D.
Uhen, M.D.
Van der Gucht, E.
Whitehead, H.
University of Aberdeen, School of Biological Sciences
University of Aberdeen, MASTS (Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland)
Keywords: bottle-nosed dolphins
resident killer whales
odontoceti toothed whales
cultural transmission
vocal mimicry
QH301 Biology
Issue Date: 15-May-2007
Citation: Marino , L , Connor , R C , Fordyce , R E , Herman , L M , Hof , P R , Lefebvre , L , Lusseau , D , McCowan , B , Nimchinsky , E A , Pack , A A , Rendell , L , Reidenberg , J S , Reiss , D , Uhen , M D , Van der Gucht , E & Whitehead , H 2007 , ' Cetaceans Have Complex Brains for Complex Cognition ' PLoS Biology , vol 5 , no. 5 , e139 , pp. 0966-0972 . , 10.1371/journal.pbio.0050139
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ISSN: 1544-9173
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