Non-human primates communicate primarily by examining body language (gestures and facial expressions), odors (like scent-marking for territory), and vocalizations. Non-human vocalizations aren’t like human vocalizations though; they’re more grunts, calls, and howls. These vocalizations can be geared towards defence, an alert/warning sound; towards affection, like grunts between mothers and babies; or just chatter amongst themselves. To express affection and reaffirm bonds within their tight-knit societies, primates groom and pet one another.
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