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Whale communication has long fascinated scientists and animal lovers alike. Now, thanks to breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, we may soon be able to unlock the mysteries of these majestic creatures' complex vocalizations. In this article, we will explore the cutting-edge technologies and pioneering research transforming our understanding of whale communication, and how these advances could benefit both humans and whales in unexpected ways.
The Key to Decoding Whale Language:
The Intricacies of Whale Vocalizations
Whales use a variety of vocalizations, including songs, clicks, and whistles, to communicate with each other. These vocalizations vary in pitch, frequency, and duration, and serve a range of purposes, such as navigating, foraging, and social bonding. Humpback whales, for example, are known for their intricate and melodious songs that can last up to 20 minutes and be heard up to 20 miles away.