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Monkey Calls Could Offer Clues For Origin Of Human Speech

Apr 9, 2013 (All Things Considered) — Melissa Block talks with researcher Thore Bergman about his findings that a rare type of Ethiopian monkey, the gelada, makes a human-like sound that could offer insights into the evolution of human speech.

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