|Darrell Impey UK|
Darrell Impey UK wrote:There is no indication that animals have a language to speak, without magic getting involved.
You’re joking right? Literally everything we know about animals says the noises they make are their methods of communicating with each other. Rattlesnakes make a rattle sound to alert predators that they are deadly. Wolves howl to alert the pack to potential prey. Hundreds of types of animals make unique noises to attract a mate. Do I need to keep going?
They may not be able to differentiate between a bunny and a rat with noises, but they can communicate with each other.
There is a world of difference between being able to put across simple things like alarm or mating calls and having the ability to communicate or having a language. There is still debate as to whether the really high levels of intelligence, the chimpanzees and dolphins, can express things to each other, let alone down at the lower levels.