Pilot and killer whale songs


This video is called Killer Whale Sounds and Spy Hopping Through Antarctic Pack Ice.

November 2011: Scientists enlist the public’s help in identifying pilot and killer whale songs: here.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV:

Off the coast of Stellendam [a Dutch lifeboat] has succeeded in pushing a stranded sperm whale back into the sea. The animal of more than 12 meters long was swimming towards the shore this morning, and had beached on a sandbank.

Killer whales learn to ‘talk’ like bottlenose dolphins. Orcas who spent time around bottlenose dolphins learned to imitate their famous clicks and whistles, a new study finds, further demonstrating the depth of killer whales’ intelligence and social complexity: here.

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