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|| September 01: 2018: University of Strathclyde News || ά. A dolphin, which has lived alone in the Firth of Clyde for at least 17 years appears to have found company in local harbour porpoises. The short-beaked common dolphin, nicknamed by local people, as Kylie, has made his home around a navigational buoy between Fairlie and Cumbrae, likely after getting lost from his group.

The Firth of Clyde is not commonly visited by dolphins of this species and so the solitary cetacean has mostly been exposed to sounds produced by other species, especially the harbour porpoise. Kylie appears to have clicked with his cousins, having been frequently seen in the company of a harbour porpoise, although, not always the same individual, since at least 2004. Research now suggests that he appears to have learnt to produce sounds similar to those of the harbour porpoises.

The clicking sounds, that common dolphins use for echo-location to navigate and hunt are understudied but available data suggests that they are broadband and have peak frequencies below 100 kilohertz:KHz. They, also, produce other sounds for communication purposes, including, whistles and barks.

Harbour porpoises, on the other hand, only produce narrow-band high-frequency echo-location clicks with peak frequencies around 130KHz. The clicks are used for travelling and foraging, as well as, communication purposes.

University of Strathclyde PhD Research Student Ms Mel Cosentino has been studying audio recordings of the vocalisations of Kylie, both when he is alone and when he interacts with porpoises. These recordings were made by Mr David Nairn and volunteers from the Clyde Porpoise CIC using two towed underwater microphones and individual dolphin and porpoise echo-location clicks were extracted for analysis using a custom-built algorithm.

The results, as yet unpublished, show Kylie regularly produces clicks with peak frequencies over 100KHz, reaching over 130KHz, when accompanied by harbour porpoises, much more often than when he is alone. Other sounds recorded include buzzes but no whistles.

No change in the porpoise acoustic repertoire was detected. Ms Cosentino said, ‘’Several cetacean species, such as, bottlenose dolphins, belugas and killer whales, have the ability to change their acoustic repertoire as a result of interactions with other species. This vocal learning ability has mainly been observed in captive individuals and few cases have been reported for wild cetaceans.”

Ms Cosentino aims to gather and analyse more recordings of the dolphin, when alone to verify her findings and submit them for peer-review but the initial results suggest the dolphin is changing its acoustic repertoire, likely as a result of interactions with the porpoises. 

“If, further analysis shows this to be the case, it would be the first time a common dolphin, either in captivity or the wild, has demonstrated an ability for production learning, where it has learned to imitate another species.”

Ms Cosentino is funded by and EPSRC studentship and the study was supported by the European Research Council under the Seventh Framework Programme. Data collection was supported by NA Ventures, Firstport, Bridgend Group and The Hunter Foundation. ω.

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