Dolphin Caught Whistling To Her Baby In The Womb
For the first time in recorded history, a dolphin was recorded whistling to her unborn baby. The dolphin, a 9-year-old bottlenose named Bella at Six Flags in Vallejo, California, was making distinct calls that mother dolphins often make to newborns.
Since Bella was still pregnant at the time she made the calls, it means she was imprinting on her baby before birth. The breakthrough communication could have huge implications on sound in the marine world.
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