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Ants rely on chemical information to make sense of their environment. This includes everything from recognizing other ants to communicating about food sources. Ants are highly social creatures, and are very successful at using and shaping their environment. This particular … Continue reading →
The urine of male tilapia fish contains information about the male’s dominance. Males use this information to communicate their social dominance to other males. This acts as a competition deterrent amongst males. Male fish showed decreased aggressive responses when exposed … Continue reading →
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Birds use calls and songs for a variety of purposes, including attracting mates, communicating with each other, and marking territory. Birds also respond to the calls of others, and use calls to identify each other and communicate information about themselves … Continue reading →