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Under water sounds

 Boats

navires

Noise of water flowing onto the hull while sailing

Noise of propellers

Ferry

Clinking of the anchor chain in action

Military sonar

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Medium frequency marine sonar

Sound emission of an active sonar under the bow (sound source 60 m from the hydrophone – aquatic microphone)

SUBMARINE

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HUNDREDS OF BOATS IN SEATTLE BAY 

March 26, 2000. Demolition of the stadium “Seattle Kingdom”. Joe Olson captured the underwater sounds of the destruction of the gigantic steel and concrete structure. In the background, hundreds of boats gathered in the bay to assist in the demolition. Note the echoes that bounce low across the bay.

SOUND EMISSIONS OF CETACEOUS 

While diving, cetaceans are able to know the origin of a sound. The internal auditory organs are situated in a boney tympanic bubble.

BELUGAS THAT SING OUT OF WATER

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SONAR OF  ORCA

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ORCA

ORCAS VOCALIZING DURING THEIR MEAL

HUMPBACK WHALE

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SPERM WHALE

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SPERM WHALE’S CLICKS

SQUEAK, WHISTLING AND CLICKS OF DOLPHINS WHO PLAY

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SONAR OF A DOLPHIN

Illustration of dolpin using echolocation to locate fish

 

 

 

 

 

MOLUSQUE, SHRIMP