How does a stinkbug flirt, a bee give orders, or a panda say "e;back off"e;? A celebrated duo is back with a guide to messaging, animal-style.
Humans aren't the only creatures who are constantly talking and transmitting messages: animals find all sorts of ways to keep in touch without saying a word. They use colors, patterns, smells, movements, vibrations, sounds, and even electricity to help them identify their own family or "e;team"e; -- not to mention find food and shelter, defend their territory, woo the proper mate, and care for their young. From the chatter of dolphins to the click of a moth, from the stripes of a reef fish to the rumbling of elephants, this funny, fascinating book unlocks the mysteries of how animals talk and squawk to one another-- and how humans try to talk back.
Talk, Talk, Squawk!
A Human's Guide to Animal Communication
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