Talking animal
A talking animal or speaking animal is any non-human animal that can produce sounds or gestures resembling those of a human language. Several species or groups of animals have developed forms of commu...
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Orangutan 'copies human speech'
An orangutan copying sounds made by researchers offers new clues to how human speech evolved, scientists say.
What Are Cats Trying To Tell Us? Science Will Explain
A new project is underway to decode kitty communication—and figure out if cats really like all that baby talk. Many believe their dogs and cats can respond with barks or meows that communicate hunger,...
Behold: The Cockroach Internet of Shit and Gut Bacteria
Cockroaches are scientific wonders of horrible-ness. A cockroach, the result of a lineage spanning some 320 million years, is a well-oiled machine of pestilence, and some large part of this has to do ...
The incredible story of how leopard Diabolo became Spirit - Anna Breytenbach, "animal communicator".
What if you could talk to animals and have them talk back to you? Anna Breytenbach has dedicated her life to what she calls interspecies communication. She sends detailed messages to animals through p...
BEAR SAVES CROW FROM DROWNING
Bear Rescues Crow. When a hapless bird falls into this brown bear’s watering hole the unexpected happens. Rather than killing it, the bear rescues it from the water to live another day.
Talking animal
A bunch of animals talking...well... at least TRYING TO! =3.
Funny Talking Animals - Best Of! - YouTube
The Show "Funny Talking Animals - The Wild Site of Life" by BBC One is all known! Here's my Best Of of the Show! Have Fun! ;) Copyright by BBC One!
Batyr
Batyr (July 23, 1969 – August 26, 1993) was an Asian elephant claimed to be able to use a large amount of meaningful human speech. Living in a zoo in Kazakhstan in the Soviet Union, Batyr was rep...
Gef
Gef (/ˈdʒɛf/ JEF), also referred to as the Talking Mongoose or the Dalby Spook, is the name given to a talking mongoose which was claimed to inhabit a farmhouse owned by the Irving family known as Cas...
Hoover (seal)
Hoover (c. 1971 – July 25, 1985) was a harbour seal who was able to imitate basic human speech.He was an orphan when he was found by George and Alice Swallow in Maine in 1971. George and Alice d...
Kosik
Kosik (Korean: 코식; pronounced Ko-shik) is a male Indian elephant (Elephas maximus) in the Everland theme park in Yongin, South Korea, born 1990. He made headlines in September 2006 when it was discove...
Miles v. City Council of Augusta, Georgia
Miles v. City Council of Augusta, Georgia, 710 F.2d 1542 (11th Cir. 1983), is a United States federal court case in which the court found that the exhibition of a talking cat was an occupation for the...
Talking bird
Video of a caged orange-winged amazon saying "Hello" having been prompted by visitors.Talking birds are birds that can mimic the spoken language of humans. There is debate within the scientific comm...
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Animal communication
Animal communication is the transfer of information from one or a group of animals (sender or senders) to one or more other animals (receiver or receivers) which affects either the current or future b...
Great ape language
Research into great ape language has involved teaching chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas, and orangutans to communicate with human beings (even though humans are themselves great apes as well) and with e...
Talking animals in fiction
Talking creatures are a common theme in mythology and folk tales, as well as children's literature. Fictional talking creatures often are anthropomorphic, possessing human-like qualities but appearing...
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100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd
100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd is an American television sitcom created by Steven H. Berman, Mitchel Katlin, and Nat Bernstein for Nickelodeon. The series ran from October 16, 1999 to April 21, 2002, for ...
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Orangutan 'copies human speech'
An orangutan copying sounds made by researchers offers new clues to how human speech evolved, scientists say.
African grey parrot
The African grey parrot, grey parrot or Congo African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus) is an Old World parrot in the family Psittacidae.
The African grey parrot is a medium-sized, predominantly g...
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Waggle dance
Waggle dance is a term used in beekeeping and ethology for a particular figure-eight dance of the honey bee. By performing this dance, successful foragers can share, with other members of the colony,...
Azy (orangutan)
Azy (pronounced AY-zee), is a 21-year-old male orangutan. In 1995, Azy began living at the Think Tank building and participating in the Zoo's Orangutan Language Project with Rob Shumaker. On Septembe...
Kemono
The furry fandom is a subculture interested in fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics. Examples of anthropomorphic attributes include exhibiting human...
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Loulis (chimpanzee)
Loulis (born May 10, 1978) is a chimpanzee who has learned to communicate in American Sign Language.Loulis was named for two caregivers (Louise and Lisa) at the Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center...
Aslan
Aslan (/ˈæsˌlæn/ or /ˈæzˌlæn/) is the main character of C. S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia series. He is "the great Lion" of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and his role in Narnia is develope...
Deborah Fouts
Deborah Fouts is Director of the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute (CHCI). CHCI is the home of Washoe, the first non-human to acquire a human language, and three other chimpanzees who use ...
Purr
A purr is a sound made by at least some species of felids. It varies between cats (for example by loudness and tone), and from species to species, but can be characterized as a tonal buzzing.The term ...
Serpent (Bible)
The serpent (Hebrew: נחש‎ nāḥāš) occurs in both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. The symbol of a serpent or snake played important roles in religious and cultural life of ancient Egypt, C...
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