Displays refer to visual messages, or body language, used by primates and other animals primarily to communicate anger, fear, and other basic emotions. Displays are a strong indication of an animal's emotional state

Siehe auch:
"Displays" findet sich im WZ2003 Code "21.21.0"
  Displays (Trays) aus Karton und Pappe

"Displays" findet sich im UNSPSC Code "25202105"
  Luftfahrt Head up Displays HUDs

See also:
"Displays" is in the HS Code "9618"
  Tailors Dummies And Other Lay Figures; Automata And Other Animated Displays Used For Shop Window Dre

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Displays refer to visual messages, or body language, used by primates and other animals primarily to communicate anger, fear, and other basic emotions. Displays are a strong indication of an animal's emotional state

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