In this Wednesday, July. 3, 2013 photo, Emily Guarino, left, Administrative Director of Research, congratulates an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin named Tanner after he copied a behavior by trainer Wade ... more 
In this Wednesday, July. 3, 2013 photo, Emily Guarino, left, Administrative Director of Research, congratulates an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin named Tanner after he copied a behavior by trainer Wade Davey, right rear, while blindfolded, as research assistant Jane Hecksher, right foreground, looks on during a demonstration at the Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key in Marathon, Fla. Dolphins may be known for their intelligence and playful behavior. But turns out they can also switch on other senses to figure out a problem, just like humans. A new study indicates that when one of their senses is blocked, they can make decisions to use other senses to mimic a human’s movements. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Wilfredo Lee
Fri, Aug 9, 2013 6:19 AM EDT