Delphine beim Sprechen belauscht

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Wissenschaftler haben Delphine zum ersten mal beim Gespräch belauscht, indem sie ein Mikrophon entwickelt haben, das die „Stimmen“ der Tiere unterscheiden kann.

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Two dolphins have been recorded having a conversation for the first time after scientists developed an underwater microphone which could distinguish the animals' different "voices". […]

„The analysis of numerous pulses registered in our experiments showed that the dolphins took turns in producing [sentences] and did not interrupt each other, which gives reason to believe that each of the dolphins listened to the other's pulses before producing its own. This language exhibits all the design features present in the human spoken language, this indicates a high level of intelligence and consciousness in dolphins, and their language can be ostensibly considered a highly developed spoken language, akin to the human language.“

Hier das Paper: The study of acoustic signals and the supposed spoken language of the dolphins

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