Why do dolphins make clicking noises? Well, they use a kind of sonar called echolocation. Echolocation is when a dolphin makes a clicking noise it sends thorough the water. And it (bounces off another animal or object) and lets them know how far away the object is from them. Also when it comes back to them, they get a vibration from the echolocation through the water. Also here are more things it tells them or helps them.
One of the reasons is to help them navigate through the ocean to see were there friends are or where there pray is. Another reason is they can find food. Also when they make the clicking noise and it comes back to them, and they get a little vibrate. Also they use it to find their food too.
I hope this essay teaches you that dolphins make clicking noises for a good reason. And they use echolocation to help them navigate and find food. And it’s not something special they can do in the water with their vocal cords.
Facts on dolphins
1. Dolphins are carnivores.
2. Dolphins can weigh up to 1,000lbs.