By Julie Kerr Casper Ph.D.
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The act of speaking is not only a human trait. From bugs and birds to fish and mammals, so much animals use a few form of verbal exchange to assist them get nutrition, discover a mate, and safeguard their territory. "Animal communique" explores the various other ways within which animals converse and examines a number of the most recent medical discoveries concerning animal intelligence and verbal exchange.
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Animals: Creatures That Roam the Planet (Natural Resources) by Julie Kerr Casper Ph.D.