Friday, December 30, 2005

Monkeys have accents, Japanese study finds



'New Yorkers have them. So do Georgians, Texans, Brits, and Australians. Now primate researchers have discovered that Japanese macaques can acquire different accents based on where they liveā€”just like humans. The red-faced monkeys frequently utter what researchers have dubbed coo calls to maintain vocal contact with one another.' More

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