Dolphins Struggle to Communicate Due to Ocean Noise Pollution, Study Shows

A study conducted by the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristo and the Dolphin Research Center in the Florida Keys on dolphins and found out that the noise pollution in the ocean, caused by human activities like boat traffic, offshore drilling, and submarine sonar, is making it hard for them to communicate and work together. They found out that the dolphins had to shout louder to be able to hear each other and even then, it was still hard for them to understand each other. This is a big problem for dolphins because they use sound to communicate and find food. The study shows that noise pollution is not just bad for individual animals, but it also affects groups of animals and their ability to work together and survive. This is important because it tells us that we need to be more careful about the noise we make in the ocean and how it affects the animals that live there. It’s not just dolphins that are affected by noise pollution, other marine animals like whales and fish are also affected by it. This is something that needs to be taken seriously, because if we don’t take action, it could lead to the decline of marine life populations.”

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