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The language of marmosets
A recent study of pregnant marmosets suggests an intriguing revelation: language development in these primates may begin months before birth. Observations revealed a gradual increase in the number of movements that could be considered training calls or cries during gestation, suggesting an early preparation for language. This discovery offers a novel perspective on the potential onset of language development in humans, paving the way for a deeper understanding of the origins of language.
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