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Animal Beat

Learning to speak their language

By Vicki Croke
Globe Correspondent / January 26, 2004

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Having a common interspecies language might not be impossible outside the world of Dr. Dolittle. In fact, Tim Friend, a science writer at USA Today, has just created something of a Rosetta stone for understanding what creatures are saying, in his new book, "Animal Talk: Breaking the Codes of Animal Language." As it turns out, the more we learn to ... (Full Article: 1051 Words)

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