Tamara has dreamt of conversing with dolphins since she was a child.

As the head of a new research institute, Tamara, together with her team, develop a method to teach wild dolphins how to understand and speak English. Not with our pronunciation, of course, but with their own dolphin sounds. How is that possible? It is one of the questions that Tamara and her team ask themselves – and to which they find a surprising and innovative answer.

And if the dolphins could communicate in English, it would give them the opportunity to defend their rights and to demand protection of the seas.

An important part of Tamara’s project concept is that, in a further step, people will learn the dolphin language, to find out more about the dolphins’ world of imagination. Being intelligent creatures who have lived much longer on this planet than we humans, dolphins certainly have a lot to say about things that would be good for us humans to know.

In 21 dialogues you can follow step by step how Tamara and her team develop and implement ideas, so that readers of this book get an insight into ways of scientific problem-solving. Tamara’s method presented in this book is based on extensive research by the author and is now waiting to be tested experimentally.

Tamara’s project is characterized by a high level of respect for other species and can also be understood as a contribution to environmental protection. Her passion and enthusiasm, her perseverance and optimism, her belief that there is always a better way to achieve a goal – these are qualities humanity needs to solve its global warming-related problems.

Eleven double-page color illustrations and numerous smaller drawings scattered throughout the text accompany the dialogue and invite the reader to delve deep into the world of dolphin research.