Understanding How Whales and Dolphins Communicate

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Did you know that whales and dolphins emit noises that can be heard by other whales and dolphins hundreds of miles away? The whistles, howls, moans, and cries that come from dolphins and whales are produced not only from their mouth, but also from their blow-hole. While dolphins use high frequency noises to communicate, whales use sound in order to navigate their surroundings, which gives them the ability to “see” even in pitch darkness.

If you have never seen a dolphin or a whale, Cape Cod is an excellent place for a sighting. To go on a whale tour where sightings are guaranteed, book an excursion with Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours of Plymouth, MA. In addition to whale watching excursions, we offer deep sea fishing, dinner cruises, and marine education programs. Check out our website to learn more about the activities we offer, or call us at (508) 746-2643 to book your whale watching excursion today!

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