10 Incredibly Odd Ways That Animals Communicate With Each Other
Grunts and growls can only get you so far. Sometimes you have to be more creative than that, and that’s why animals are always reinventing themselves in ways we sometimes can’t even fathom. Fortunately for us, there are so many scientists trying to keep track of what’s happening in the animal kingdom that we can just read about it and shake our heads in disbelief over just how far animals have come. Our list will provide you an insight into the ten most incredibly odd was that animals communicate with each other.
Dholes, which are more commonly known as Asiatic wild dogs, go around in pack of around 10. They are very sociable and have quite a creative way of communicating among each other – whistling. Their whistles can travel up to 35 miles.
Apes are adorable. They are incredibly close to humans in their behavior, and one of those is also humming. They love humming songs in order to get everyone from the pack to dinner as if to say “Hey, the party’s about to start, come join!”