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A new study finds that toothed whales can make a range of vocalizations, including some akin to human 'vocal fry,' thanks to a special nasal structure. Adam Li / NOAA/NMFS/SWFSC hide caption

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Toothed whales use 'vocal fry' to hunt for food, scientists say

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