How animals communicate
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How animals communicate by Bil Gilbert

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Published by Angus & Robertson in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Animal communication.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 173-175.

Statementillustrated by Chet Reneson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL776 .G5 1967
The Physical Object
Pagination[7], 175 p.
Number of Pages175
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5653429M
ISBN 100207949085
LC Control Number68094504

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  A little digging on how animals communicate will tell you that uttering sounds, which is the dominant means of communication for humans, is only one of the many ways in which the members of animal and avian kingdoms communicate. Learn how animals communicate with visual, sound, touch, and chemical signals. Communication is when one animal transmits information to another animal causing some kind of change in the animal that gets the information. Communication is usually between animals of a single species, but it can also happen between two animals of different species. Animals might not be able to speak or master advanced language techniques, but they certainly have other ways of communicating. Whale song, wolf howls, frog croaks, bird chips -- even the waggle dance of the honeybee or the vigorous waving of a dog's tail -- are among the panoply of ways animals transmit information to each other and to other denizens of the animal : Jessika Toothman. How Animals Communicate 45 Lesson 7 Name Date PRACTICE BOOK Grade 1, Unit 2: Sharing Time 5. A rattlesnake warns animals it is near by shaking its rattle. Why might a snake warn other animals? 6. How do animals use sound and hearing to communicate? 7. Why are sound and hearing so important to animals? 8. How do the animals on pages use.