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Subject Science
Grade Level Grades 6-12
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040 - Information Exchange

Paul Andersen explains how organisms use information to communicate with each other. Signals are used by bees doing the waggle dance to communicate the location of flowers. Territorial markings are used by wolves to establish territory. Complex courtship rituals are used by sage grouse to ensure mating success. Cooperation is used by organisms that flock to ensure their individual survival.

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