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A new study finding dolphins are so Smart.
Actually have their own names using individual whistles to identify themselves like signature and keep in contact.
Chris -- is live in Los Angeles with more -- -- Trace.
It really is getting you know we've long known -- dolphins and had kind of whistles and clicks in -- -- -- used to communicate with each other but this is the very first time.
That we've never seen these signatures like you called -- or fingerprints -- read their names scientists actually took some underwater recording devices off the coast of Scotland.
Two record and track the wild dolphins and -- Then they played those whistles back to the dolphins -- all -- and here's some of the sounds pledges.
Right here's the cool thing when the dolphins heard the names that were called back to them they responded when they heard their name -- -- like.
That was -- synergy having -- Well the strange dolphins didn't reply but -- family and their friends also replied to the very same whistle so the theory here is the dolphins.
Can learn each -- whistles.
And then mimic them to communicate with each other.
They say the findings actually kind of draw parallels between human language and dolphin language -- only humans.
And parents and now apparently dolphins can actually take in new sounds.
And differentiate them so that the dolphins are actually smarter than we thought they were.
And now they have their very own signature name's -- that.
Answer to when played back to probably critical out next candidate and their own play Atlanta their own iPods announced -- -- Sure.
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