This question came into my mind while thinking about the question by JohnDoea: What is the essential difference between human languages to other earthly Animalia languages? I hypothized this could be one big difference, but I am not sure about scientific evidence on it.
There is in fact a form of semantics, as shown for suricates: https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2001.1773 But do (at least some) other species besides humans have a syntax?
Are there any scientific observations of animals using grammar in their communictaion? That means for example
- violation of the sound order would change the information or make it uncomprehensible.
- sounds for the same concept to be expressed differ in time, numerus, casus or even genus.