yes because some animals look the exact same like some lambs and ewes they use sent and calls. But if a human or any other biotic factor destroys their sent changing it they wont be able to tell if its their parent or baby.
There were many studies done on not only bats, but also sheep, chickens, wolves, dogs, elephants and many other animals. Many animals are able to recognize each other through sound, by the calls, grunts, rumbles, squeals and chirps that are used to communicate to each other. Many animals, however, don't rely on sound to recognize each other (bats have to because they don't see very well), but go more for facial recognition like humans do. Scent is very important for wolves, dogs, sheep, goats and cattle because it tells everything about the other animal.
Organisms have many ways of communicating with each other. Some organisms use words or a language, some use body language, and some use calls.
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.
The 'real' Water Horse is named Nessie. But, in the movie, Angus McMarrow calls it Crosoe after Robinson Crusoe.
Some animals respond to mating calls. If the animal lives in a pack or a herd it might respond to a distress call, like the elephants or a pack of wolves. Some animals respond to visual stimuli, such as the infamous 'chase instinct' found in cats (wild AND domestic) and bears. Some animals respond to their sense of smell, as in the pet dog hangin' around the kitchen at dinner time.
Puffins communicate with loud, growling calls.
They are generally solitary animals that spend most of their days feeding. However, they do communicate with each other once in a while through scent markings, calls and occasional meetings.ey are generally solitary animals that spend most of their days feeding. However, they do communicate with each other once in a while through scent markings, calls and occasional meetings. They are generally solitary animals that spend most of their days feeding. However, they do communicate with each other once in a while through scent markings, calls and occasional meetings.ey are generally solitary animals that spend most of their days feeding. However, they do communicate with each other once in a while through scent markings, calls and occasional meetings.
With the calls they make.
to communicate from long distance relatives
people in sweden communicate most by calls
it calls out very loud
yes ..... thru calls and dances
All insects have their way in communicating. Some communicate with their mating calls/dances.http://WorkAtHomeSimple.com
people communicate through emails or through video calling, chats, or through PC-to-PC calls
There are many animals that will answer predator calls made with human voices. Examples of animals that will answer predator calls made with human voices include coyotes and foxes.
With calls which sound like 'kee-wee' (hence the name) and grunts.
Meerkats will communicate with each other in 3 diffrent ways scent, sound, and body language. Meerkats have been recored making over 20 diffrent sounds all with diffrent meanings. There are six diffrent groups of calls: lost calls, alarm calls, pup feeding calls, foraging calls, leading calls, and gaurding calls.