Good question, archer. Though there are probably quite a few animals that only use body language to communicate, the one that comes to my mind is the honeybee. Honeybees perform a special “dance” to communicate to other bees the location of food. Depending on how they do their dance, they can communicate the distance and direction of the food.
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Honey bees are definitely a great example of animals that use body language to communicate (via moves that have been deemed the “pollen dance”). However, it is also seems safe to say that animals communicate with other species of animals through body language. Just as an English-speaking might try to sign something to a Chinese-speaking person, the animal world also seems to have a sort of universal language for inter-species communication.
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