Do animals think in a language or do everything on instinct?

Answer:The majority of the time, animals read something they hear or see and react. Of course there are instances when an animal might be reading its environment to anticipate danger. But in most cases, for you it’s instinct not language carrying instructions on what to do next. There are some animals that don’t even need any instructions – like rats, which can "read" their surroundings so accurately that they receive awards for sniffing out drugs in prisons! There is also evidence that dolphins use echolocation to "speak with each other" (called squeaking) in dialogue-like conversations, but this does not mean it is a language with words governed by grammar rules like human speech. The one exception in our best understanding

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