Why do the nearly blind, small, mouse-like animals make so much noise? The scientific discovery about shrews.
Did you know that crocodiles call from inside their eggs with a 'cheep' sound shortly before they hatch?
Rose bushes and other plants have a time honored method of communicating with yellow jackets and other wasps.
Cowboys in Western movies sometimes puts their ear to the ground to listen for a stampede or wagon train. Elephants can also communicate by hearing vibrations.
Termites have been known to produce thumping or rattling sounds in their subterranean homes.
If a minnow's skin is damaged by an attacking pike, it releases a chemical that attracts more pike. Why would a minnow want to attract more trouble?
It's strange, but true: lobsters and crayfish communicate by shooting streams of urine at each other. It sounds bad, but many animals produce this as language.
They help us to communicate information more clearly, and they can make that information more memorable to our listeners.
Many studies are done on ant behavior, but these amazing Amazonian ants are especially tricky.
Cats send all sorts of nonverbal signals, both to each other and to us humans. One of those signals is a blink. Learn more on this Moment of Science.