Difference Between Language and Communication

Language is a kind of communication unique to humans, employed mostly in spoken form in a given area or society, and utilising more verbal than nonverbal forms. Contrarily, communication refers to the sharing of information between two parties through vocal or nonverbal means. Animals may communicate with one another through certain signalling systems, as evidenced by the buzzing of bees, chattering of monkeys, caw-cawing of crows, and other sounds. Communication is not exclusive to humans.