Researchers say they have translated the meaning of gestures that wild chimpanzees use to communicate, identifying 19 specific messages with a “lexicon” of 66 gestures. The research, led by Dr. Catherine Hobaiter from the University of St. Andrews, was published in Current Biology. For more, visithttp://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-28023630.
I saw this wasp land on a leaf near me, only to quickly realize it’s not a wasp at all, but actually a wasp-mimicking thick-headed fly (family Conopidae).
EVERY SINGLE PERSON NEEDS TO KNOW THIS.