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8 thoughts on “ The Humans - Ultra Dolphins - Ultra Dolphins (Cassette)

  • Naramar
    11.12.2019 at 19:13
    Yes. Humans can talk to dogs, and cats, and fish, and bears, monkeys, zebras, mules, and elephants as well as dolphins, but whether or not these animals understand is another matter. Reply
  • Melmaran
    09.12.2019 at 23:19
    It is believed that dolphins' use of sonar allows them to ‘see' through soft tissue in humans and one another, where the basics of our anatomy are not vastly dissimilar. On average dolphins live to be around 25 to 30 years old, though some -- like the common bottlenose dolphin pictured above -- can live to be over Reply
  • Daijas
    05.12.2019 at 10:09
    These dolphins were not used to being touched; all interactions with humans were initiated by the dolphins themselves. We decided to only observe the behavior of the untrained dolphins. There was a group of four adult females between 13 and 16 years, who were caught in the Gulf of Mexico and one 4-year old sub-adult male, born at the Dolphins. Reply
  • Kajilar
    07.12.2019 at 13:19
    In , India government classified dolphins as non-human persons with their own specific rights. Because of this declaration, keeping dolphins in captivity has been banned in India. The country. Reply
  • Daishura
    07.12.2019 at 03:57
    History has witnessed the empathy and warm behavior of dolphins especially towards humans. There have been many instances where dolphins have come to rescue humans. Despite the sad truth that humans have only lessened their existence, they still have their natural behavior of gratitude. Reply
  • Zolojas
    13.12.2019 at 04:48
    Dolphins are second only to humans in game creation, but play many of these games with other species. Dolphins and humpback whales are known to play together, with the dolphin swimming onto the whale’s nose. The whale then raises his head, and the dolphin slides down into the water. Reply
  • Nikorr
    11.12.2019 at 16:37
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  • Shajin
    05.12.2019 at 03:50
    The frequency spectra of echolocation signals used by many dolphins are dependent on the output intensity of the signals and not on any fine tuning by the animals. When the output intensity is low, the center frequency of the click tends to be low. Reply

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