Humans vote. But did you know that some groups of animals vote too? Here are four animals that vote. Read how they do it.
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Meerkats search for food together. They can vote for the group to search faster. To do this, they let out a special sound.
Rock ants vote for new places to live. If enough ants find the same spot, the others are taken there.
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Honeybees look for a new home. How do they vote for one? They dance. The bees move to another place when they dance the same way.
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How do African wild dogs vote to hunt? With a sneeze. The more the dogs sneeze, the more likely it is they will hunt. Achoo!