Dolphins Recorded Having a Conversation

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Scientist have recorded two dolphins having a conversation using an underwater microphone to detect animal noises, in Feodosia, Russia according to telegraph.co.uk.

This language has the same characteristics of the spoken human language. Dolphins have larger brains than many mammals, which is why they have so many similarities to humans, explained, dailymail.co.uk.

Researchers at the Karadag Nature Reserve, observed Yasha and Yana, two Bottlenose Dolphins having a conversation. They found that each dolphin would listen to pulses waiting for the other to end before they start, according to soft.net.

“Each pulse that is produced by dolphins is different from another by its appearance in the time domain and by the set of spectral components in the frequency domain,” according to lead developer Dr Vyacheslav Ryabov in an interview with telegraph.co.uk.

“In this regard, we can assume that each pulse represents a phoneme or a word of the dolphin’s spoken language,” he continues to telegraph.co.uk.