Social distancing practised too by Animal
CAN ANIMALS TALK
Animals can pass on all types of messaging using sensation ,sounds,and smells, or visual signals , such as colour , lightness and body language . Symptoms are clear , Baby is watching by a gorilla, or subtle ,Leaving a trail of silk woven with her scent to lure males is by female wolf spider .
- Threatened feeling ful if a hippopotamus yawns to describe off its teeth.
- Makeup worried if it snatching or scoops the water to add to the effect.
- The hippo its head is moving , leaning forward and then rearing off , fleeing forward.
- Roaring and grunting is heared it is time to fly away!
MAKING A NOISE
- Reptiles , amphibians ,birds ,and mammals combine power of lung ,and vibrating or echoing parts of body , to produce an glassy range of cries and calls.
- Their gills together snatching by fish , Fluttering their wings by birds ,while buzzing its insects , squeak , and capture by vibrating their wings or lotioning body parts against their outer skeleton being hardest.
- Lesser sounds travel long range and forest animals often have inhacing calls than creatures living for the place in the open.
- Travels up to 22 times by the birds further in the fast morning when the air is smoother and than it is in the outmost of the day.
KEEPING IN TOUCH
- Sensation is used by social animals, such as spiders, and crabs, and especially ants birds and mammals that understand for their young.
- Plants to communicate with other bugs is other bugs ,burrowing of animals make the vibration on the ground , while alligators produce a large sound that can travel bigger than a kilometer in fresh waters.
- Cleaning and warnming keeps a mammal family washable, but also shows affection.
- A complicated Honey bee scouting “waggle dance” to direct other members of the nest to a good patch of flowering .Wing vibrations pass on the markings even in the dark.
- Pattern and Coloring are used by most animals to tell male from female . Unmatchable markings also help remove confusion when similar species live in the natural habitat.
- Language of body is great for fearing off predators or closer ness a mate , such as the intimate courtship dance of the Japanese crane . Smart species use language of body to deal with hazards family relationships.
- Breaking signals on and off inhancing more attention , such as a immediate display of feathers of peacock or the flash of beautiful colored patch of skin under an anole neck of lizard’s .
HIGH AND LOWS
Waves are sounding of pressure raising through the air . When its particles of air disturb close to us, its vibrations are catched by ears and converted back into sound . These vibrations are measured in Hertz (Hz). In a second vibrates almost 1 Hz. The bigger the vibrations there are , the more the sound .
- Elephants rumble at 7.2Hz.
- Human ears hear sounds from 25 Hz to 25,000 Hz.
- Dogs can survive up sounds to 36,000 Hz.
- Dolphins communicate with sounds well over 200,000 Hz.
REASONS TO COMMUNICATE
- Powerful impression – The territory is declare by wolves howl , to call to each other , and to show they are part of a pack.
- Find a mate – Polar bears in the vast Arctic wilderness won’t bump into each other by accident , they need to leave behind a trails of smells.
- Danger – Its range of calls of warn to tell others what the threat is by prairie dogs , and how localized its advancing .
- Young caring – Its parent’s beak with chick taps “Feed me “ said by chick!
- Opponents intimacy – Its chest to show big and strong it is a male gorilla .
- COOL Call : The howl of a coyote reveals its identity , its gender, and how its feeling !!!!
THE REAL VOICE ***
- “Don’t catch me – I will poison yourself !!” said by poison dart frog colors
- It tastes bad and should be left alone for the firefly bright colors by the predators .
- A troop of mandrill has a vivid red stripe on his nose, reminding the rest of the troop who’s boss is a male leader.
- A skunk’s black and white colors warn off its foul smelling spray .
- Huge flap of skin to show females how attractive he is a male frilled lizard .
Author || Zoya Amreen Lucknow