We’ve been trying to understand how animals communicate between each other for decades and centuries. Science has been trying to understand the animal’s language, and it has been astonishing to see.
We even classify animals and how intelligent they are based on their ability to speak and communicate. Which is why we think dolphins are one of the smartest and most intelligent animals.
We all know dogs can understand our commands, and they communicate between each other by barking. But what about other animals? According to some Indonesian legends, monkeys can speak, but they prefer to stay quiet.
So, do animals have language that we do not understand? Of course they do. And exactly how they communicate with each other? Well, this documentary by National Geographic tries to explain exactly that.
Scientists have spent their days trying to have conversations with animals, and trying to decode their language. Enjoy the show.
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