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(Metro)   The great Apes, apparently, develop their own languages by group, sounds that are not a fixed repertoire of instinctive, automated calls. The Kingsmen not available for comment   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Primate, Chimpanzee, Hominidae, Evolution, Different groups of apes, Lead Author Adriano Lameira, Social interactions, new research  
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2022-03-22 6:31:57 AM  
This might have profound applications  for the Fark podcast.
2022-03-22 11:52:35 AM  
^^ understands "The Kingsmen" reference. Ya im old
2022-03-22 12:09:31 PM  
>fixed repertoire of instinctive, automated calls.

"Hi, how are you."

"Fine. thanks. You?"

"Can't complain."
2022-03-22 12:28:40 PM  
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"Manners maketh man. So apples maketh apes... or something like that. I'm still working on the slogan."
2022-03-22 9:03:37 PM  

and soforth
2022-03-22 9:37:45 PM  
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