Dolphins will talk to one another over the phone and can even recognize each other’s voices

Photo courtesy: Kazi Faiza Tasnim Neha

“Dolphins will talk to one another over the phone and can even recognize each other’s voices”

Dolphins tell each other apart by listening for “signature whistles,” which function like human names or call-signs. This is how probably they distinguish amongst themselves in a manner way more sophisticated than human beings.


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