Dolphin Play: Evidence for Cooperation and Culture?
We agree that human culture is unique. However, we also believe that an understanding of the evolution of culture requires a comparative approach. We offer examples of collaborative behaviors from dolphin play, and argue that consideration should be given to whether various forms of culture are best viewed as falling along a continuum or as discrete categories.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Kuczaj, S. A.,
Highfill, L. E.
(2005). Dolphin Play: Evidence for Cooperation and Culture?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28(5), 705-706.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/fac_pubs/2635