Animal Gibberish Exhibition at Markham Museum
On until April 24, 2017
Location: 9350 Markham Rd.
What are they
saying? Animals express themselves in many ways
to convey simple messages, such as "I like you,"
"Danger!" or "I'm hungry." The more social they
are, the more unique their ways of
communicating. Discover who does what and send
messages just like animals do. Dogs, cats, and
horses are all part of it!
Species whose survival
depends on a variety of social interactions have
developed unique ways to communicate. Imitate
the bee’s dance, discover the language of touch,
and listen to the strange vocalizations of
with predators, animals emit warning calls to
alert their fellow creatures. Become the
predator of the vervet monkey, provoke the
prairie dogs, and guess who sounds the alarm.
The need to reproduce
is vital to animals. Some males will do anything
to seduce their mate.Guess who does what.
careful not to disturb the male. Protecting his
Man's Best Friend
Mankind has developed special bonds with certain
animals. Decipher messages from dogs and cats
and listen to moving stories about special
experiences with animals.