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.
Undoubtedly dolphin communication is complex and advanced. How do dolphins make sounds? And how can they understand each other under water?
Adult bottlenose dolphins range from two to four meters or six to thirteen feet.
Dolphins hear through a sophisticated hearing sense which is located in small ear openings on both sides of the head
Dolphins communicate through sounds and whistles.There are several kinds of whistles that are used by dolphins to communicate.