Communication in the animal kingdom
While different from that of humans, communication in the animal kingdom is nonetheless real. While more common within species, although it can also occur between different species of animals, it has different ends, such as finding mates, coordinating group behaviour, establishing hierarchies or protecting the young.
Animals communicate using visual, audible, tactile and chemical signals. Ants and bees are examples of animals that use pheromones to communicate with the rest of the group, to highlight a food source or to warn of danger.
Audible signals are more common and perceptible and are used by many animals, from birds to dolphins, so much so that it might even be said it is a form of language.
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