research indicates that animals have the same capacity for language as humans.

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I’ve always thought this to be rather silly but research has now convinced me. Animals are capable of understanding what we’re trying to say to them, but that doesn’t mean that they’re the same as we are. Animals do things that seem to be a lot like humans, but they’re not.

Animals are not simply machines for speech. Their brains have evolved to be much more sophisticated than our own.

It is a simple concept, but it has a couple of really obvious flaws. The first flaw is that people seem to think of animals as being automatons. They seem to be using language to communicate and reason via pictures. The second flaw is that they don’t seem to have any brain power. Even humans with brains can’t figure out what language is, so they seem to be simply trying to communicate with others.

However, there is evidence that this is not true of animals. Many animals seem to have brains that are 10,000 times the size of our own. In fact, there are scientists who believe that animals are actually 10,000 times smarter than us. What does this mean? It means that their brains would have to be an order of magnitude bigger than our brains. This is because of the different way their brains are wired.

There are a number of theories on why animals have such a big brain. For one, the human brain is just a bigger and bigger sponge until it gets too big to handle the task of thinking. Because of this, one theory is that the brain of a large animal would be able to increase its size by adding new areas.

This theory is supported by a study of a beaver, which they found to have the same intelligence as a human. That means that the same area in the brain could be bigger in a beaver than a human.

If this is true, then it is possible that the difference in intelligence between humans and other mammals is due to the fact that certain areas of the brain (such as the cortex) are bigger in mammals.

The study also found that a large beaver has a bigger brain than a smaller beaver. This means that the brain in a large animal has a bigger function for language than a small animal such as a bird, while the brain in a small animal has a more limited capacity for language than a bird. It means that a big animal has a bigger brain than a small animal, so the brain in a small animal doesn’t have the capacity for language.

The beaver has a very small brains, so it is clear that if a small animal has a small brain, it is much more likely to be a dog or a cat. I do think that the beaver is the only animal that has a big brain, so I would say that the beaver has a very small brain.

Not only do dogs and cats have bigger brains than birds, but they also have a huge capacity for language. It makes sense that they would develop language once they became domesticated (or if they had to, once they became a species like cattle). Our research confirms that domesticated animals have the capacity to learn and use language.

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