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Beaked whales, along with porpoises, are cetaceans belonging to the Order Cetacea, which has yielded new species at an average rate of one a decade during the twentieth century.
Description of the Skeleton of Inia geoffrensis and of the Skull of Pontoporia blainvillii, with Remarks on the Systematic Position of these Animals in the Order Cetacea.
The classification of the bottle-nosed dolphin shows that it falls under the order Cetacea.
The mammals belonging to the order Cetacea (which includes whales, dolphins, and porpoises) exhibit all of the characteristics we just outlined above, so there are smart aliens out there -- not 35 million miles away but right here, with us, sharing our world.