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Monkeys adopt ’accent’ of other species when in shared territory: Study

Monkeys adopt ’accent’ of other species when in shared territory: Study

Scientists have found that one species of monkey in the Brazilian Amazon impersonates another’s accent, possibly to prevent territorial disputes. Researchers made the discovery while studying the behavior of 15 groups of tamarin monkeys. The team noted that red-handed tamarins were impersonating the long calls made by pied tamarins when they entered the other primates’ territory.

Kathy
Kathy
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Presited Biden【Official】 3 weeks

cultural appropriation. these monkeys are rãcists and in desperate need of tactical social workers.

Shono
Shono 3 weeks

Mirroring

Captain
Captain 3 weeks

Finally. Some good news.

Indo
Indo 3 weeks

If they could talk, then they wouldn't need to so

TheDadJokeGuy
TheDadJokeGuy 3 weeks

Does this explain why I sound different at my neighbors' house?

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