Published on meeresakrobaten.de the 25.10.2022. | By: Dr Benjamin Schulz The fifth of the so-called freedoms of animal welfare describes the freedom to express natural behaviour – what does this look like for dolphins, especially under human care? » to the full article
Published on meeresakrobaten.de the 02.10.2022. | By: Susanne Gugeler Thanks to dolphin husbandry in modern and professionally run dolphinariums, new tests have been carried out to investigate bottlenose dolphin interactions with mirrors. » to the full article
Published on meeresakrobaten.de the 24.09.2022. | By: Dr. Benjamin Schulz Modern zoological institutions are also fundamental when it comes to saving animals – dolphins, for instance. The article introduces several respective projects. » to the full article
Published on latimes.com the 22.07.2022. | By: Scott Savitz The article explains why something that others might consider abstruse and unbelievable can be very useful: dolphins in the Navy. » to the full article
Published on theconversation.com the 23.08.2022. | By: Jason Bruck Thanks to dolphinariums, we are able to study the communication of dolphins. In this article, a renowned scientist shares fascinating insights into his work. » to the full article
Published on the YouTube channel of Dolphin Quest the 04.05.2022. Drones offer new possibilities in research to observe and study dolphins – but what do these devices trigger in the animals? How can this perhaps even distort research results? » to the full video
Published on meeresakrobaten.de the 28.04.2022. | By: Susanne Gugeler Most bottlenose dolphins suffer from the poxvirus, as certain skin alterations show. The article discusses this in light of a current study conducted in Galicia.
Published on miami.cbslocal.com the 09.01.2021. The bottlenose dolphins at the Dolphin Research Center help injured soldiers heal as much as possible, both emotionally and physically. The programme is very successful.
Published on meeresakrobaten.de the 20.12.2021. | By: Susanne Gugeler Opponents of dolphinariums like to claim that the behaviours dolphins display in presentations are not natural. The reality is different. » to the full article
Published on noticieros.televisa.com the 29.09.2021. | By: Laura Nancy López de Rivera Hinojosa Marine mammal expert Roberto Sánchez informs about dolphin husbandry in zoos and aquariums on the basis of the largest study on the well-being of dolphins ever to be conducted.