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The Dolphin Institute - Resource Guide
The ability to sense these high-frequency sounds is vital for the dolphin’s echolocation sense, sometimes called its active sonar system, because it allow ... of the object. This echolocation sense seems to be closely integrated with the dolphin’s visual sense, allowing it to easily relate things heard to things seen. The echolocation signals of dolphins can ...
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The Dolphin Institute - Dolphin Research Summaries
(E-V matching) or the reverse, with samples presented to the visual sense and alternatives to the echolocation sense ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
Information: This first lesson in the WHALE Education Program is designed to give students a sense of enthusiasm about whales. They will hear whale song recordings, watch a movie about whales ... reason is that whales possess many traits unique in nature, including vast size, very complex echolocation and communication systems and a tremendous ability to hold their breath and dive to great ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
EDUCATION KIT - LESSON 5 Echolocation and the Web of Life Goals/Objectives: Students will: Learn about echolocation and how whales use it ... Zooplankton Background information: In Lesson Four we explained how whales utilize echolocation to hunt and locate prey, to choose the right ... the importance of this concept and will give students a sense of the fragile ecological balance of nature. Lesson Six ...
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Dolphin Synergy: THE DANCE OF THE DOLPHINS
D sonic picture including, ... help & gain nothing from the interaction. The Dolphin's primary sense, even though they have excellent eyesight, is their `sonar' or `echolocation'. The familiar Dolphin sounds of clicks & whistles is only ...
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Dolphin - Defenders of Wildlife
Dolphins live in social groups of five to several hundred. They use echolocation to find prey and often hunt together by surrounding a school of fish, trapping them ... ) Wildlife: Eight Arms to Hold You (Summer 2008) Species Spotlight: Narwhal (Summer 2008) Publications Common Sense Conservation for our Wildlife Heritage (08/08/2008) Joint Letter to House Regarding Oil Speculation ...
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For the whole of the team, there was a great sense of relief. The last few days particularly had been fraught with ... inspection of the fence underwater, 'clicks' were heard. These are the echolocation signals used by dolphins. Was it Flipper? We thought so. We checked ... rest of their life.' The world of sound is the primary sense for dolphins, and O’Barry believes such sensory deprivation is one ...
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With reflected sound, called echolocation or sonar, dolphins can 'see' elements that are invisible for animals -- including humans -- that ... a barren, lifeless environment with hardly anything to stimulate their curiosity and sensitive sensory sense is a very effective way of forcing them to replace their natural behaviors with ...
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Prevention and control of damage caused by shrews
Some species of shrews use a series of high-pitched squeaks for echolocation, much as bats do. However, shrews probably use echolocation more for investigating their habitat than for searching out food. Glands ...
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Costa Rica - Vampire Bat
It uses low-intensity calls for echolocation, best suited for the detection of larger objects. Which sense, or which combination of sensory modalities, usually is used to ...
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