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Orangutan Charades: How Orangutans Communicate By Susan Linville
Posted September 21, 2010
Did you know that in orangutan, a raspberry is used to indicate play. It’s one of over sixty signals that orangutans use to communicate.
They can make loud calls that travel across miles of rain forest as well as quieter sounds such as “kiss squeak” when they’re disturbed, and “grumph” when they are fe…
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