On Sat, 30 Jan 1999 16:01:16 +0100, "dominique.flahaut"
<dominique.flahaut at skynet.be> wrote:
>>>>In article <19990123093149.19507.00000817 at ngol01.aol.com>,
>>tonyjeffs2 at aol.comTonyJ (TonyJeffs2) wrote:
>>>>| Dolphins have biger brains than people. I always thought maybe it is a
>>| cerebellum or something to do with movement, but I recently heared that
>>| have a bigger cerebral cortex, so now I'm intrigued.
>>>I've also heared that dolphins have bigger frontal and prefrontal areas. But
>I have no any objective or sure information about that. If that was actually
>confirmed, I would be profoundly intrigued too...
In humans, at least, there is no correlation between brain size and
intellegence, so I don't know how much you could infer from the size
of the dolphin brains...