Animals Talk ?

No other creatures can talk a thousandth part as well as we do. But certainly many kinds of animals can talk to each other in their own way.

You have heard a dog bark to warn of danger. The dog can bark to express joy. The dog can bark to show its anger.

You have heard a mother robin coaxing her young ones to try their wings and a calf telling its mother that is is hungry.

The squel of a pig, the neigh of a horse, the baa of a lamb, the trumpeting of an elephant, the moo of a cow, the bray of a donkey and all the sounds that animals make seem to express feeling to our ears.

We know, too, that fear can spread very quickly among a group of animals, and certainly the fear must be communicated, at least in part, by their cries.
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