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There are eleven populations of humpbacks around the world, each covering their own ocean-sized territory. These populations each boast not only their own dialect of song, but also their own anthem of sortseach whale singing the same sequence of the same sounds. But week-to-week, month-to-month, and year-to-year this song evolves, as the whales collectively create new phrases and patterns, totally in sync....while the whales in each population have distinctly different dialects of song, all the whales within a population change their song together synchronously. A populations territory can span thousands of miles. This emergent synchronization means that a whale in Mexico and a whale in Hawaii may each sing a different song this week than they did last week, while still singing roughly the same song as the other whale this week. No other animal develops its music so rapidly and regularly, let alone doing it in sync.
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