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How do animals communicate?

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They communicate by sounds and the moon Answer.
Communication within species is usually shown through display, vocal, and olfactory ways. Through display, species use movement or showing of body parts sometimes in form of deception. Through vocals,species tend to sing, have warning, mating and territorial calls. Lastly, animals communicate through olfactory which is through means or urine, sweat, and even through rubbing trees.
Anyone who has shared his or her life with animals knows that a special, unique unspoken language occurs. It's really our original language, how we communicated at birth. If a feeling or a situation was extreme, we expressed out loud in the way that we knew how, yet the rest of the time we were quite content in this unspoken world of energy that usually fulfilled our needs. Our parents were truly communicating with us telepathically.

It is no different for the animals. Animals communicate with us, and with each other in many ways. They have the ability to connect to humans intuitively, and they also have their own body language. They learn to respond to a few words in their species' specific expression (barking, meowing, growling, neighing, snorting, etc.). Domesticated animals have more of a human vocabulary than wild animals that communicate more telepathically with pictures.

Each sound and each body movement an animal makes means something. They express joy, fear, happiness and sadness by the way they act and the sounds they make. Dolphins and whales, for instance, use sonar and high-pitched whistles to speak to one another, and even to their handlers when they are in captivity. Birds have different songs and chirps. Cats purr, growl and hiss, dogs bark, whine and growl, and all species have body language that is characteristic of what they are trying to express.
You dont hear them when they communnicate they dont need to make noise or any thing they can even be looking away from each other and there still talking