Many animals live in a world characterised by a bewildering array of signals from other species. But to what extent are individuals able to extract useful information from these signals? In a new study, scientists have for the first time tested the responses of African savanna herbivores to the alarm calls of their neighbors across the whole community. The findings reveal new insight into the adaptive and non-adaptive processes that shape this response.
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