Okay so like. Imagine you got a baby doggie that never really spent time around other dogs. You raised it. Years later, you get another dog that also never spent time around other dogs. Do these two dogs know how to communicate beyond body language?
Now, do these two dogs form their own language together? In which case, do they know how to communicate with other dogs once they meet?
Furthermore, if a family of bordercollies grew up together, generation after generation, only living with bordercollies… and the same thing for a family of golden retrievers…. would the golden retrievers speak a language different from that of the bordercollies… like French vs. Arabic?
Does this apply to all animals? Different lizard types speak different languages… the same way different human types speak different languages? Lizards that exist in Spain speak Lizard Spanish and look way different from lizards in China that speak Lizard Chinese.
I think animated movies should portray that more. Like a movie from a lizard’s perspective, meeting another, foreign lizard, and the original lizard speaks English but the foreign lizard speaks something else so it has subtitles… and both lizards are like “wtf are you saying? Speak like a normal lizard you idiot!” Lol