Why do dolphins seem to be so playful?



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    Dolphins’ playful behavior is a result of their tight family living styles. Dolphins live in family groups called pods, and their playfulness is a form of communication, and it is also even possible that they feel enjoyment from playing, just like humans do. Basically, dolphins are intelligent and social animals that enjoy playing and communicating with one another. Their familial social structure allows them to be this way.

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    Dolphins are very social animals and also display culture. Playing is a big part of their lives, whether it is with each other or with seaweed. They also swim alongside boats and play with human swimmers. Scientists speculate that these games help to enhance their cultural and social development and in the larger context, also for their evolution.

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