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'Bullingdon Club' dolphins form elite societies and cliques, scientists find - Telegraph

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Wild bottlenose dolphins bond over their use of tools, with distinct cliques

and classes forming over decades as a result of their skills, scientists

have found.

The communities, which have been compared with societies such as the

Bullingdon Club in humans, mean the aquatic animals share their knowledge

only with those in their own circle, passing it down the family line.

This is so cool.

Too bad bottlenose dolphins are jerks.

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