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It’s amazing how two different animals from two completely different environments evolve some identical physical features. Take bats and dolphins for instance. Both of them use a complex system that produces, receives and process ultrasonic sound waves in order to identify visually hidden objects, track down prey or navigate through obstacles better – typically this is referred to as echolocation,
Humans are proud to be one of the only species to have identifying names and words that separate them from the other members of the animal kingdom. For a long time it was thought that humans were the only ones with a language. But it recently has been found that now they are not the only ones with such capabilities.
A team of researchers have shown in a recently released paper published in the journal Royal Society Biology Letters that dolphins actually communicate with each other through a process much in the way humans use. What has been mistaken for a long time as plain whisteling has now been proven to be a much more complex means of communication. Sure,