Cetacean Cooperation HW27
Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) are capable of incredible feats.
Pictured here, a group of whales has just burst forth from the water after encircling, herding and then consuming a large shoal of herring. This cooperative bubble-net feeding, as the behavior is known, requires communication, coordination and cooperation—all hallmarks of social intelligence.
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