Sperm whales create social cliques based on a shared dialect of vocal clicks, evidence that humans are not alone in having culture.
When females are smelled but not seen, the mouse sings a complex song. But once his intended is in sight, he becomes more subdued.
Like happy kids, whales and dolphins often squeal with delight when something good comes along. Continue reading →
Seahorses growl when grouchy, with researchers now wondering what additional sounds these and other tiny marine life make. Continue reading →
The animal kingdom is full of vocal mimics, including some who use the skill to cleverly outwit others.
Roosters have an internal clock that makes them crow just before dawn, researchers find. ->
The preadolescents appear to have a natural talent for understanding dog barks.
Many people claim to be able to communicate psychically with animals, but what does the evidence show?
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