Can Monkeys Talk?
By ROBERT SEYFARTH, THE RICHARD DAWKINS FOUNDATION - RDF TV
Updated: Tue, 18 May 2010 21:37:29 UTC - An RDFRS Original
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Robert Seyfarth describes how monkey calls used by Vervet Monkeys might be precursors to language.
To read more about language in monkeys (and chimps), see the NY Times article: "Deciphering the chatter of monkeys and chimps"
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