Dolphins are animals perfectly adapted to the aquatic life with adaptations product of million of years of evolution but still preserving a set of features of their life on land.
Most people have heard the noises made by dolphins which they use to communicate, but not all sounds are the same. They vary in frequency, volume, wavelength and pattern.
Like humans, dolphins are entirely dependent on their sophisticated senses for survival and advantage product of a superior intelligence.
Echolocation is used by dolphins to detect other animals, food, and dangers. A dolphin can build an image of its environment before seeing the object.
The overall anatomy of dolphins is designed well by evolution to survive in the water. While each species has its individual characteristics, they all share some unique features.
Undoubtedly dolphin communication is complex and advanced. How do dolphins make sounds? And how can they understand each other under water?