SOFTtalk

Jul 04 2014

Philip Riley


Translating chimpanzee gestures

A report on the BBC website on 4th July shows how the gestures used by wild chimpanzees for communication with each other can be interpreted. Research shows that chimpanzees build up a "lexicon" of 66 gestures to help them understand each other. We currently have no plans to offer chimpanzee translation services!

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