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Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships

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Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships. / Tyack, PL.

ANIMAL SOCIAL COMPLEXITY. ed. / FBM DeWaal; PL Tyack. CAMBRIDGE : HARVARD UNIV PRESS, 2003. p. 342-+.

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Tyack, PL 2003, Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships. in FBM DeWaal & PL Tyack (eds), ANIMAL SOCIAL COMPLEXITY. HARVARD UNIV PRESS, CAMBRIDGE, pp. 342-+, Conference on Animal Social Complexity, CHICAGO, Israel, 23/08/00.

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Tyack, PL. (2003). Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships. In FBM. DeWaal, & PL. Tyack (Eds.), ANIMAL SOCIAL COMPLEXITY (pp. 342-+). CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIV PRESS.

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Tyack PL. Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships. In DeWaal FBM, Tyack PL, editors, ANIMAL SOCIAL COMPLEXITY. CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIV PRESS. 2003. p. 342-+

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Tyack, PL. / Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships. ANIMAL SOCIAL COMPLEXITY. editor / FBM DeWaal ; PL Tyack. CAMBRIDGE : HARVARD UNIV PRESS, 2003. pp. 342-+

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title = "Dolphins communicate about individual-specific social relationships",
keywords = "SIGNATURE WHISTLES, TURSIOPS-TRUNCATUS, SWALLOW, BOTTLE-NOSED DOLPHINS, CONVERGENCE, CALLS, MIMICRY, STABILITY, RECOGNITION, BROOD PARASITISM",
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