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Do Dolphins Have Names?

Aaron Liu

Marine biologists were curious to find out why dolphins whistle, so they got on a boat and tracked down a group of wild dolphins of the coast of Scotland. Then they recorded their whistles, artificially synthesized them, and played them back to the dolphins underwater. The result: a specific call singled out a specific dolphin, which would respond back with the call almost immediately.

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