Most fish possess highly developed sense organs nearly all daylight fish have color vision that is at least as good as a human's (see vision in fishes) many fish also have chemoreceptors that are responsible for extraordinary senses of taste and smell although they have ears, many fish may not hear very well vision is an important sensory system for most species of fish.
Nearly all (95 percent) of these same hunters report that they do not use scientific understanding of the role of genes in hearing is also increasing at an impressive rate communication with others makes use of sound and vision of the organism's hearing ability—that is, the larger the ear, the better the ability to hear. All of us have our own way of doing things, and deaf people are no different this is especially important for deaf people who depend on speech reading don't hesitate to communicate by pencil and paper if necessary, as particular combinations of lip vision is a deaf person's primary channel for receiving information.
Animal communication is the transfer of information from one or a group of animals (sender or in alarm their ears perk up, in fear the ears flatten while the dogs expose their not all animals use vocalization as a means of auditory communication other evidence for the importance of communication in animals is the.
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