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Earth Ear- Bottlenose Dolphin

Air Date: Week of August 3, 2012

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The sounds of Bottlenose Dolphins in Milford Sound, New Zealand.

Transcript

CURWOOD: And, now, for a dip in the ocean in the company of bottlenose dolphins.

[CLICKING AND POPPING OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS]

CURWOOD: Bottlenose dolphins are found in temperate and tropical oceans worldwide. They use a series of clicks for echolocation to find prey and communicate.

[CLICKING AND POPPING OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS]

CURWOOD: This dolphin pod was recorded in Milford Sound, New Zealand by Dr. Oliver Boisseau for the British Library CD: Sounds of the Deep.

[SOUNDS: Sounds Of The Deep: An Exploration Of Life In Our Seas (British Library Sound Archive 2005)]

 

 

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