Going Ape on NPR

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Going Ape on NPR

Post by Sensortech » Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:01 am

The Best of Our Knowledge for the 9th of Jan., hour 2, had a program titled "Going Ape". It cover COMMUNICATIONS between Bonobo apes and humans. It talked of using a lexicon board (a board with symbols representing words) used to communicate between the Bonobos and humans. If an ape with no larnyx can communicate with humans, what can one with a voice box do? Though I did not catch all of this program, I plan on listening to it. If science admits that the Bonobo sub-species communicates with humans, how can they doubt bf does also, when it acknowledges big hairy?

I have already put the books from the program on my wish list
http://www.wpr.org/book/

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