For more information about marine life and intelligent design we recommend the following books and research papers.

Books on Intelligent Design

William A. Dembski & Jonathan Wells
The Design of Life
The Foundation of Thought and Ethics

Stephen C. Meyer
Signature in the Cell

Stephen C. Meyer
Darwin’s Doubt


Discovering Intelligent Design

Evolution News & Views

Illustra Media


Evolutionarily Unrelated Animals Use Geomagnetic Navigation

Convergent Evolution Challenges Darwinism and Destroys the Logic Behind Common Ancestry

Nature: "Convergent Evolution Seen in Hundreds of Genes" and "Surprisingly, Extensive"

Is evolution true? Laying out the logic (Ann Gauger)

Talking Back to Goliath: Some Advice for Students in the Evolutionary Biology Classroom (Paul Nelson)

Methodological Naturalism: A Rule that No One Needs or Obeys (Paul Nelson)


Better sonar through dolphin teeth

Dolphin-inspired sonar overcomes size-wavelength limitation

Dolphin Squeals With Delight After Nabbing A Fish | Video

Dolphin whistle instantly translated by computer

Drone Captures Stunning Bird's-eye Video of Dolphin Superpod (filmed by Capt. Dave Anderson):

Dolphins identified by clicks

For bats and dolphins, hearing gene prestin adapted for echolocation

Echolocation: Bats and whales behave in surprisingly similar ways


James T. Fulton, Dolphin Biosonar (Sonar) Echolocation:

Cranford et al. (2010), A New Acoustic Portal into the Odontocete Ear and Vibrational Analysis of the Tympanoperiotic Complex:

Cranford et al. (2011), Observation and analysis of sonar signal generation in the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus): Evidence for two sonar sources, The Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology:

Reidenberg and Laitman (2010), Generation of sound in marine mammals, Handbook of Behavioral Science:

Costidis and Rommel (2012), Vascularization of air sinuses and fat bodies in the head of the Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus): morphological implications on physiology:

Smith et al. (1999), Morphology of the complex laryngeal gland in the Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus:;2-J/full

James Flint (2013): Bioinspired antennas based on acoustic animals:

Mooney et al. (2014), Hearing pathways in the Yangtze finless porpoise, The Company of Biologists:

Madsen et al. (2013), Nasal sound production in echolocating delphinids (Tursiops truncatus and Pseudorca crassidens)..., The Journal of Experimental Biology:

Madsen et al. (2014), Beaked Whales, Current Biology (24:16, p.R728-R730),

Houser et al. (2004), Structural and functional imaging of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) cranial anatomy, The Journal of Experimental Biology:

Smith et al. (1999), Morphology of the Complex Laryngeal Gland in the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, The Anatomical Record Huggenberger et al. (2008), Functional Morphology of the Hyolaryngeal Complex of the Harbor Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena): Implications for its Role in Sound Production and Respiration, The Anatomical Record Au and Simmons (2007), Echolocation in dolphins and bats, Physics Today: