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Dolphins can emit echolocation signals to investigate the situation and detection of obstacles, and the so-called “whistle”. These signals they tell each other about your condition. For example, “I’m in trouble” is a great melodic whistle, following a short and dull. “I’m angry” – it sounds like barking. There are sounds that indicate a greeting, farewell or disturbing. Those signals dolphins recognize members of his clan. Proven fact was that each Dolphin has its own name, which receives immediately after birth and responds to it all his life.
The most talkative representative of the Dolphin is the Beluga, or white whale. They povizgivayut, whistling at high frequencies, produces a melodic shimmering trills and sounds like a cackle, chirp or mauganui. Belugas can even imitate bell ringing or voices of birds, which have never been seen. These competencies often referred to as “sea Canaries”. Continue reading