Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
...communications is something that I never have given much thought to.
Have you been to see the tulips? They must be well one their way.
Hello, I would have never thought of how they communicate. Thanks for sharing your visit. Take care and have a great day!
They've found some amazing things about body functions of dinosaurs. Usually we don't hear about those details.
New information here! Interesting!
It is fun how they try to extrapolate the info they have back to how it may have functioned.
Never thought too much about communication. Amazing exhibit.
It would be interesting, surreal and scary to hear a real dinosaur.
I never considered communication among dinosaurs but of course...
Yes, it puts me in mind of elephants, for instance, and the need of the leader to keep order.
William - interesting about the trumpet sounds. As you know, we have lived here for three years, and it is very common to hear a thrumming sound. Only recently did I figure out it is the "drumming" sound that male grouse make with their wings, to attract females. Fascinating!
@Tom: and yet so many creatures do it.@Jennifer: I have indeed. I've taken my last tulip shots for the year. They were late, but fortunately the parks were accessible for photography. Most of them, anyway.@Eileen: you're welcome.@Red: they have indeed.@Barbara: thank you!@RedPat: that's true.@Bill: thank you.@Maywyn: I agree.@Marie: true.@Joanne: that's true.@Angie: that is a sound I have heard.
Fascinating to hear their communications ~ Be Safe, Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
I think so.
I've been listening to birds a lot lately. I can't imagine listening to creatures this large -- and, probably, loud.
Very much so.