“It’s the Force, Luke Skywalker!”
But seriously it may be something not too much different. Jeffrey Masson’s book “When Elephants Weep: The Emotional Lives of Animals” suggests that all mammals have the same set of emotions, including human beings. Specifically love, joy, anger, fear, shame and loneliness.
According to that theory, one would expect mammals to be interested in one another, even to love one another. (Think of the relation between people and their pets, for example.)
Dolphins are quite intelligent, and generally don’t find humans threatening. In fact, they enjoy playing in the bow waves of ships. There’s a park in Australia where dolphins come into shallow waters to let people pet them.
The connection between dolphins and humans may be the same sorts of things that attract humans to each other.
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