L'intelligence des dauphins

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Les dauphins c'est bien!

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  • 1.
    • Dolphins :
    • intelligence and specifities.
    • Can we consider it as our equal?
  • 2. Vocabulary I Presentation History II Aptitudes: III Intelligence IV Experiments V Ethical VI Sources
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    To squeal = couiner Whistle = sifflement Blowhole = vent (trou dair) Buzz = bourdonnement Drift net = filet drivant Gray matter = matire grise Bargaining chip = monnaie dchange Rostrum = rostre To pass down = transmetre Drowning = noyade Theme park = parc dattraction Informal language = langage courant Folding = pliure Encephaleon = encphale.
  • 3. What exactly is a Dolphin?
    • Any of various marine cetacean mammals.
    • About 50 species.
    • Average swimming speed: 40 km/h.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 4. Cetaceans = 60 000 000 years
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    Homo Sapiens = 160 000 years
  • 5.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 6.
    • IN THE WILD:
    • Found in virtually all the seas and oceans in the world.
    • Feed on live food and are predators.
    • Can be attacked by sharks.
    Lifestyle, more descriptions
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 7.
    • IN CAPTIVITY:
    • Adapt well to human companionship.
    • Readily trained,
    • can perform many tricks.
    Lifestyle, more descriptions
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definitio