Milo the Dolphin uses Sonar to locate the world around him. Incredible school boy Sam is learning how to tap into this skill and become an echolocator.
Miranda Cosgrove teams up with the Oceana project to stop seismic air guns in the ocean.
During a study a bottlenose dolphin was blindfolded and instructed to mimic the actions of a trainer. When he wasn’t able to use sight, the dolphin switched to another technique: emit sounds, listen to the echo and interpret the resulting sound waves. Read more …
A video from the BBC’s 2003 Wildlife on One special Dolphins: Deep Thinkers? with David Attenborough about dolphins amazing abilities to sonar. It shows that a dolphin is able to match an object that it is hidden from its vision, with one that it sees.
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