Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Female dolphins use sponges more than males

If you see a dolphin using a sponge, it's probably female. (The dolphin, not the sponge.) Is this any different than people? How many human households have males as the major sponge users?

Researchers think the sponges are used for finding food, but here's a more obvious idea.






Or, it could be something even more interesting...

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jeffry r. johnston said...

LMAO! Nice imagery. ;-)