Honey bees perform a group of movements, called the "waggle dance talk." They do this to inform other worker bees of the exact location of the food source. Some of these locations can be up to five hundred feet from their hive. Honey bees fly from their colony looking for nectar and pollen. Thus honey bee have a unique system of communication.
On the other hand, zebras communicate by barking, snorting or whinnying. A zebra's ears communicate if it is feeling calm or tense. If its ears are standing straight up, it is feeling calm.