yes there are like honey bees, They dance in order to communicate. They might as well be many more creature those dance, but I only know about bees
Birds perform many very elaborate mating dances. The Discovery channel has had several shows about it. It's very cool and something they've only recently discovered because it was so difficult to see/record.
My bird dances when I play music. His dancing varies depending on the beat of the music.
The most obvious non-human creatures that dance are birds. In Papua New Guinea (PNG) the male Birds of Paradise puts on elaborate shows of color to attract female partners.
There are many creatures that dance...it is a pre-requisit to mating..even in humans..although we call it fore-play..dance is a means of communication.It is also a great way to excercise...and who couldn't use a little of that ?
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