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African elephants address one another with name-like calls − similar to humans

By Mickey Pardo, Postdoctoral Fellow in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University
Humans aren’t the only animals that have names for each other − and studying animals that use names can teach researchers more about how human names evolved.The Conversation

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