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During some vocalizations, bottlenose dolphins actually release air from the blowhole, but scientists believe that these bubble trails and clouds are a visual display and not necessary for producing sound. Bottlenose dolphins produce whistles and sounds that resemble moans, trills, grunts, squeaks, and creaking doors. 26 Apr Dolphins produce several sounds that are part of their sophisticated communication system, but not all sounds are the same; they vary in. 11 Dec Many species of whales and dolphins have supersensitive hearing because they use sound to navigate, a process known as echolocation. They make clicks that they're able to hear bounce off objects as small as a ping pong ball 20 meters away. [toc] Sound is very important to whales and dolphins for hunting, navigating and communicating. Toothed whales and baleen whales use sound quite differently. 14 May - 2 min Dr. Stephanie Watwood, Postdoctoral Investigator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Watch video of whales and dolphins and listen to the amazing sounds they make. Find out how they communicate and find food. Hear dolphin sounds for yourself. Look in our underwater sound library. What are they used for? That's the puzzle that researchers are trying to unravel. As a species dolphins have an excellent sense of hearing and rely largely on sound to navigate the ocean, locate food, maintain awareness of threats, keep. Dolphins produce two kinds of vocal signals: pure tones and pulsed sounds. Pure tones can take the form of whistles (Whistle), chirps (Chirp), screams ( Wilhelm.