Orangutans can impersonate larger, scarier animals by altering their calls with their hands.
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Seahorses growl when grouchy, with researchers now wondering what additional sounds these and other tiny marine life make. Continue reading →
Mirrored glass lips that furl and unfurl are the secret to the disco clam's impressive underwater light show. Continue reading →
A tiny male frog uses a storm drain pipe as a microphone to amplify mating calls and attracting female admirers. Continue reading →
By translating bee speak and then eavesdropping on honeybee communications, researchers are able to monitor large tracts of land without even breaking a sweat. Continue reading →
“Sargassum” might be one small whistle for dolphins, and one giant leap for interspecies communication.
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