Monday, September 6, 2021

So You Got Science Of Funny Animals


Science Loop on Youtube has another interesting video: So You Got Science Of Funny Animals, ... Now What? [part 2]

See the Internet's most funny videos and their Scientific explanations. This is the Part 2 of this Series about how dolphins mimic using echolocation, why these animals follow points, the massive power of elephant trunks, and many more interesting animal science facts.

Don't Forget to watch Part 1: https://youtu.be/3xoih0cSrnE

1. Dog slipping on a surface
2. Dolphin
3. Point follow 
4. Massive power of elephant trunk

So-called "Cherophobia" is THE FEAR OF BEING HAPPY. Cherophobia is certainly a phobia where a person has an irrational aversion to being happy. The term comes from the Greek word "chero," which means "to rejoice." When a person experiences cherophobia, they're often afraid to participate in activities that many would characterize as fun, or of being happy.

See how dolphins mimic using echolocation, why these animals follow points, the massive power of elephant trunks, and much more.

"Echolocation" is an interesting effect. Nature's so-called own sonar system, echolocation occurs when an animal emits a sound wave that bounces off an object, returning an echo that provides information about the object's distance and size. Over a thousand species echolocate, including most bats, all toothed whales, and small mammals.

Dolphin communication is interesting. It seems that Dolphins Speak Body Language. Beyond echolocation, clicking and whistling, dolphins communicate with a variety of body language signals including tail and flipper slapping on water, leaping out of water, bumping each other and spy hopping.

Dolphin communication is certainly called "echolocation." Clicks are used to sense their surroundings through echolocation, while they use whistles to communicate with other members of their species and very likely, with certain other species too. It is also thought that each dolphin has a unique whistle called a 'signature whistle', which is used to identify an individual.

Dolphins certainly communicate using a vast array of sounds and nonverbal gestures. Like humans, dolphins use both verbal utterances and nonverbal gestures to communicate with one another. These include whistles, clicks, and loud broadband packets of sound called burst pulses.

It seems that smart dolphins demonstrate the ability to do intellegent things and most scientists agree that dolphins are very intelligent. They are notoriously talented mimics and quick learners; they demonstrate self-awareness, problem-solving, and empathy, innovation, teaching skills, grief, joy and playfulness.

Dolphins can bite. Dolphins certainly have sharp teeth that they usually use to rip apart their prey. Bottlenose dolphins, for example, have between 80 and 100 teeth that they use to grab, grip and secure their prey. The underwater creatures can also bite humans on occasion.

If a certain dolphin approaches you in the water, do not engage, follow, or otherwise interact with the animal. Allow it to pass by undisturbed and maintain its so-called natural animal behaviors.

Dolphins at swim-with attractions have been known to seriously attack and hurt humans by butting them and the resulting injuries have included lacerations and broken bones.

It seems that some friendly dolphins can save people from drowning.

Never touch or pet dolphins, even if they come close enough to touch. Use binoculars to watch dolphins from a safe distance in their so-called natural habitat, instead.

It seems that some dolphins "get high." A documentary shows dolphins in trance-like state after snacking on puffer fish. A new documentary on the BBC shows dolphins using pufferfish to get to a trance-like state.

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