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By cupping their hands to their mouths, orangutans have discovered that they can sound bigger and badder to fake out their mortal enemies.
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If you were foraging for food in a highly competitive environment, and you found a very lucrative source, how would you communicate this prize to your teammates without giving it away to your competitors? This is the situation bees find themselves in quite often.
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Chimpanzees are able to communicate with gestures to search for a piece of food, according to a study appearing in the January 16 edition of the journal Nature Communications.
The term Flashlight fish can either refer to a family of fish, the Anomalopidae, also known as the Lanterneye fish or any one of a number of individual species, most but not all within that family, most commonly to the Flashlight fish Photoblepharon steinitzi. The family Anomalopidae is in the order Beryciformes, the Sawbellies. There are some unrelated fish that show similar phenomena to those that get the Anomalopidae their name, and some of these are also called flashlight fish. Notable...
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