Pilot whales in general do not "hang out" with people. They tend to try
to keep away from them as a general rule. This also goes for attacks on
them. As far as I know the behavior of all pilot whales is the same.
On Mon, 19 Mar 2001 20:47:31 -0600 "Tom Hill" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hi, my name is Jonathan. I am in third grade and doing a report on
> the pilot whale.
> I would like to know how pilot whales interact with humans. How do
> they behave if they are attacked by humans? How do they behave if
> humans want to swim with them or to play with them? Will they let a
> human touch them? Will they let a human feed them?
> Do the long finned pilot whales behave differently with humans than
> the short-finned pilot whales? If they do,
> please tell me what the differences are.
> Thank you very much,
Peter M."Skip" Scheifele LCDR USN (Ret.)
Director of Bioacoustic Research, University of Connecticut NURC NA&GL
(Voice) 860-405-9103/9121; email@example.com;
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