The Dolphin Pod

Join host Dr. Justin Gregg as he talks with scientists and experts about everyone's favorite marine mammal: the dolphin. With comedy co-hosts and plenty of pop-culture to season the science, The Dolphin Pod is an enlightening and entertaining deep dive into the world of dolphin science. After a 10 year hiatus (so Justin could be a stay-at-home dad), The Dolphin Pod is returning with new episodes in 2019. If you love The Dolphin Pod, please consider donating to our GoFundMe campaign - all funds raised will go directly to funding new epidoes of the podcast, and are tax-deductable.

Mikura Research 2007

In just a few days, the Dolphin Communication Project will begin our research on Mikura Island in Japan for our summer 2007 field season. The…

Narwhal Oceanographers

Today is Earth Day 2007. According to the Earth Day Network Web site, the focus of this year’s Earth Day is “A Call for Action…

Scats and Dogs

This week’s episode of The Dolphin Pod is not actually about dolphins, but this little gem was simply too precious to ignore. OK, imagine for…

Dolphin Antennas

Scientists think that dolphin’s teeth aren’t just for grabbing – a hypothesis that is gaining considerable support suggests that dolphin teeth might be used as…

Where does the word 'dolphin' come from?

In today’s episode, we will shed light on the ancient history of the word ‘dolphin’. Have you ever wondered what the word for ‘dolphin’ was…

The Dolphin's Vestibular Sense

Space. The final frontier. Only the bravest of us dare to venture into the cold darkness of space. Those intrepid, courageous men and women, who…

Dolphin Eyeballs

If you are a regular listener to the Dolphin Pod, then you'll be aware of the power and versatility of a dolphin's echolocation system. If…

Fungie the Dingle Dolphin

This week's episode features a personal essay about my experiences of swimming with Fungie - the famous solitary dolphin who has been living near the…

The narwhal's tusk

The narwhal is perhaps one of the most easily recognizable of all cetaceans thanks to their distinctive long tusks. Learn more about the narwhal’s tusks…

The Year of the Dolphin

2007 is a year with major significance for dolphin enthusiasts as it has been officially declared the Year of the Dolphin! You might have heard…

RIMS field site video podcast

This week’s special video podcast highlights the Dolphin Communication Project’s research at the Roatan Institute of Marine Sciences. Learnabout DCP’s research at this field site,…

Holiday Podcast

A special holiday greeting from The Dolphin Pod.      

Baiji Extinct!

In this week’s episode, we will discuss the baiji; a very special dolphin that has recently made its way into the news for all of…

Dolphins who need dolphins

Researchers at the Dolphin Communication Project get a lot of questions from the public about dolphin behavior, but one question above all the others has…

Mikura Field Site video podcast

This week’s special video podcast showcases the Dolphin Communication Project’s research with the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins of Mikura island in Japan. Learn about DCP’s research…

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