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Monkeys call in different dialects more linguistically

Monkeys call in different dialects, more linguistically sophisticated than imagined

Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Monkeys living in two different parts of the world do not use identical alarm calls to warn of potential threats, even if they are members of the same species, according to research appearing...

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The term Flashlight fish can either refer to a family of fish, the Anomalopidae, also known as the Lanterneye fish or any one of a number of individual species, most but not all within that family, most commonly to the Flashlight fish Photoblepharon steinitzi. The family Anomalopidae is in the order Beryciformes, the Sawbellies. There are some unrelated fish that show similar phenomena to those that get the Anomalopidae their name, and some of these are also called flashlight fish. Notable...

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