A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco
A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco
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In a noisy ocean, whales go quiet but dolphins start shouting, new studies show

  • Bottlenose dolphins near loud ship traffic tended to ‘speak’ like humans in a noisy bar
  • But humpback whales seem to stop singing entirely when a ship goes by

Topic |   Environment
A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco
A humpback whale and her calf in Archipelago de Revillagigedo, Mexico. Photo: Unesco
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