May 22, 2024, 09:37 PM IST

10 animals that can dance

Mahipal Chouhan

Laysan Albatross: Engage in intricate courtship dances involving synchronized head bobbing, bill clacking, and sky pointing to form lifelong bonds.

Peacock Spider: Males raise their colorful abdomens and wave legs rhythmically to impress and attract potential female mates.

Manakin Birds: Perform unique courtship dances, including moonwalking and branch shuffling, to attract females in tropical forests.

Western Grebe: Engage in synchronized running across water surfaces during elaborate courtship displays to establish pair bonds.

Honey Bees: Communicate food locations to hive members through a "waggle dance," indicating direction and distance relative to the sun.

Red-capped Manakin: Known for a moonwalk-like dance on branches, sliding to attract female attention during courtship.

Japanese Pufferfish: Males create intricate sand patterns on the ocean floor to attract females for mating.

Flamingos: Perform group dances involving head-flagging and wing-saluting as part of their mating rituals to strengthen bonds.

This information is not DNA's opinion but obtained from media reports