The team behind the invention analyzed cats' vocalizations and related them with corresponding human emotions.
Researchers may finally have an explanation for the mantis shrimps' ability to reflect and detect circular polarizing light. It turns out the marine creatures use it to communicate if certain burrow holes are occupied.
A recent analysis found fault in a study that claimed chimpanzees newcomers were able to learn language from the native group they joined. Researchers suggest the original Edinburgh Zoo study was flawed and the conclusions actually misrepresents what the data shows.
Sperm whales use a series of clicks to communicate within their clans. Similar to human cultures, there are many patterns, or dialects, of these clicks.
New Caledonian crows exhibit social learning, emulating each other in order to properly use tools made out of Pandanus leaves.