Ted Talks: Denise Herzing: Could We Speak the Language of Dolphins?

For 28 years, Denise Herzing has spent five months each summer living with a pod of Atlantic spotted dolphins, following three generations of family relationships and behaviors. It's clear they are communicating with one another -- but is it language? Could humans use it too? She shares a fascinating new experiment to test this idea.


Cheerleaders vs US Troops: Call Me Maybe

The cheerleaders of the Miami Dolphins covered Carly Rae Jepsens Call Me Maybe earlier this year and their video has been seen over 15 million times in the last 5 months. Recently U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan had a little extra time to recreate their own version, matching the cheerleaders move for move.


Divers: Dolphin Rescue Caught on Tape

A group of divers say they rescued a dolphin that was tangled in fishing line off the coast of Hawaii's Big Island. The divers videotaped the entire rescue. (Jan. 25)


Best Of Web 3 (HD)

Awesome compilation of over 250 different viral videos in just over 5 minutes.

Music: Wolfgang Gartner - Love & War


Guillaume Nery: Sportlife Saga

The Sportlife Saga is about three elements of nature: water, ice, and snow.

The story of the element water is told by Guillaume Nry, world champion in freediving.


BBC: Dolphins and Humans

Is the link between dolphins and humans as profound as some may believe, or is it just a natural mamallian instinct to protect others like it? The extraordinary benefits of dolphin hearing are explained here in this amazing wildlife film from BBC Worldwide.


Beachgoers Rescue Stranded Dolphins in Brazil

A group of people in Brazil help save a pod of beached dolphins.

About 30 Dolphins stranded and saved by local people at Arraial do Cabo (Brazil) in the morning at 8:00 AM on March 5th 2012.


Dolphins Come Ashore to Hunt

In an extraordinary twist on age-old hunting tactics, this group of bottlenose dolphins has honed its ability to make a kill... by taking its hunt to the shore. It's a high-risk maneuver that threatens to strand them with each attempt.


Extraordinary Toroidal Vortices

Toroidal Vortices produced by dolphins, beluga whales, humpback whales, volcanoes, hydrogen bombs, and man.

***it was originally edited to Groove Armada's 'Just For Tonight' and it was flagged by youtube (and I have 2 strikes against me) so I had to replace the music with youtube's least crappiest choice.

*Changed the music yet again on August 16, 2011*


Sharks vs Dolphins

Selected excerpt, from the first episode, of the award winning 1999 BBC documentary series "Supernatural", where we can learn that dolphins identify themselves with humans and of their eternal rivalry with sharks.

Mammals 1 - Cartilaginous 0


Barefoot Contessa Snubs Make-A-Wish Kid

Celebrity chef Ina Garten is better known as 'The Barefoot Contessa.' She has many fans who enjoy her personality as well as her recipes. 6-year-old Enzo is a young fan of Garten's. Enzo suffers from leukemia. When the Make-A-Wish foundation asked what he would like, Enzo said his wish is to meet the Barefoot Contessa.

However, when the foundation approached Garten, they were told she did not have time to meet Enzo. Enzo said he'll wait for her, so the foundation asked again later. But again, Garten said 'no'.Someone leaked the story to gossip site TMZ. Soon it was all over the internet. Many were appalled by Garten's refusal to grant Enzo's wish.

The bad publicity could affect not just Garten's ratings, but the sale of her books and line of food products as well. Hounded by the media firestorm, Garten quickly agreed to see Enzo after all. But he has decided to change his wish to swimming with dolphins instead.


Animal Beatbox

What is the true call of the wild? Here we travel down a very special river and are introduced to a wide variety of the animal kingdom who all contribute their name for the sake of music.

Directed by Damon Gameau

Tropfest 2011 Winner


NOVA scienceNOW: Dolphin Reading Testing

http://www.pbs.org/nova/sciencenow/ The ability to read is not just limited to humans. The trainers at Roatan Institute for Marine Sciences in Honduras have trained their dolphins to read two-dimensional symbols as commands. In this video, watch as the pupil, a dolphin named Cedana, puts her reading skills to the tests.