Visual communication

Considering all of the senses…

Visual communication transmits information to others through shape, color and movement or body language. Animals can both send and decode visual messages, using color and behavioral displays for messages as varied as threat, invitations to mate and identification of what species they are. Though plants can’t themselves see, they use visual cues such as color to attract animals to their flowers and fruits. Visual perception differs radically among various groups of animals, from the ability to see in low light, to detection of the slightest movement.

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