Tags actualites: Sphyrna

Scientists from Toulon University deduce from the first analyses of the acoustic data collected during the Sphyrna Odyssey 2019-2020 mission that Mediterranean sperm whales coordinate when they hunt with the clicks of their biosonar.
On 23 April 2020, the Sphyrna Odyssey scientific mission launched the “QUIET SEA” operation to measure the impact of the drop in activity on the behaviour of cetaceans in the Mediterranean via acoustic recordings.
On the occasion of the end of the Sphyrna Odyssey 2019 mission, we are sharing here with you a whole dossier dedicated to the expedition, published in the latest issue of Marine & Oceans magazine.
To better understand how sperm whales, Cuvier’s beaked whales, Risso’s dolphins and pilot whales move at great depths in the Mediterranean Sea.