Preliminary Notes on Behaviour of a Blindfolded Free-Swimming Dolphin Performing a Target Echolocation Task in a Pool
A study has been carried-out since 1987 by the Research National Council (C.N.R.) in Ancona in collaboration with Adriatic Sea World (A.S.W.) in Riccione, to find-out how a blind-folded free-swimming Tursiops truncatus (Montagu) uses echolocation clicks for detecting a target, approaching it and making contact with its rostrum.
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