Published to tie in with BBC ONE's four part series "Talking with Animals", this is a journey into methods of communication between all areas of the animal kingdom around the world. As humans we are well aware of the importance of communication, but how do animals send the same kind of messages to each other? By drawing upon her own wealth of experience and research, Charlotte Uhlenbroek explores the variety of signals that are used in interactions between and within species. She explains how understanding some of the universal rules of communication has enabled humans to interact closely with other animals throughout history, and the obvious advantages that this has created. Discussing every possible aspect of animal communication and illustrated throughout with specially created graphics, photographs and line drawings, this book is a useful companion to the series.
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"Her energy and obvious love for her subject are genuinely attractive." - The Guardian; "A wildlife presenter with a modern touch. There is no disputing the force of Uhlenbroek's presence." - Daily Telegraph; "She's clever...and she's a great communicator" - Daily Express; "Fiercely intelligent and just wild about apes..." - Daily Mail
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