For the first time ever, scientists have been able to translate dolphin whistling sounds into English words.
Two Naval dolphins discover a torpedo from the 19th century. Only one other Howell torpedo is known to exist.
Researchers at Disney World have discovered that dolphins come up with unique names for their friends and family.
Dolphins are smart little buggers, and the U.S. Navy has used them, via the Marine Mammal Program, to locate underwater mines and enemy divers. They've proven incredibly adept at using their sonar to find said objects, but the Ukrainian Navy wants to test another aspect of dolphin-skill: how they do wielding weapons.
UK-based acoustics engineer John Reid has been working on a machine for a decade that may be able to translate dolphin talk in much the same way that we decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics. Called the Cymascope, the device analyzes the noises...