I will pay for the following article Nonhuman Primate Communication. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. There are different signals that address specific areas like conveying the message of the likelihood of danger, the discovery of food, water or shelter, expression of rage and call for love and mating. There are even signals that depict competition between members of same-sex to attract a member from the opposite sex. Some signs are meant to display a wish for reconciliation in order to overcome temporary instability in the relationship between members of a couple.
Before exploring the communicative trends among the nonhuman primates, it is customary to briefly discuss the living patterns of a few of them because the way they dwell has a huge impact on the way they communicate.
A lot of research has been conducted to explore various concerns about nonhuman primates. Past studies have revealed that nearly all nonhuman primates dwell in small groups that socialize with one another and share messages, joys, sorrows and moments of special and ordinary significance. However, there are certain species whose members generally live a lonely life yet the members join one another for the purpose of mating or nurturing the offsprings. An example of such a primate is “orangutans”. On the other hand, there are certain species that generally live a social life and carry out frequent interaction with one another, though dwelling in small groups whose members keep changing with the advent of time. “Chimpanzees” form one good example of such primates that dwell in such a manner. Other species of nonhuman primates like apes and monkeys display mixed patterns of social and non-social life off and on. . .