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8 facts tagged with Communication Facts
Lobsters communicate by peeing at each other.
When Koko, the gorilla famous for knowing sign language, was asked where gorillas go after death, she responded by signing “Comfortable hole, bye.”
In 1963, the US Military created an artificial ring around Earth, similar to that of the planet Saturn. The ring was made of copper needles and was used for worldwide communications in the case that the Soviets disabled all other methods of communication.
Thomas Edison taught his second wife Morse code so they could communicate in secret by tapping into each other’s hands when her family was around.
People who have a strong friendship possess the ability to communicate with one another through facial expressions.
Elephants are terrified of Bees and actually have a special, distinct vocalization for “Run away the Bees are angry”
In Asia, the digit 4 never appears in any Nokia handset model number, because 4 is considered unlucky in many parts of Southeast/East Asia.
More than 30 African nations have more cell phones than land lines.