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What are sperm whales saying? Researchers find a complex 'alphabet'
by Lauren Sommer

NPR    Translate This Article
8 May 2024

On 8 May 2024 NPR reported: Sperm whales don't sing in the melodious way humpback whales are known for. Instead, they make clicks in long exchanges that sound like a blend of Morse code and popcorn popping. For decades, scientists have recorded their conversations in the hope of teasing out their patterns. Now, a new study finds that sperm whales have far more nuanced communication than previously thought. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

Using machine learning, researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a collaborative called Project CETI identified a bigger lexicon of sound patterns, like an 'alphabet,' one they say could possibly be combined in ways that convey meaning, as a language does.

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