Amazing . . . can’t wait for further research to confirm or refute . . .
(or doi: 10.1073/pnas.1605782113)
Or you can read a short version on the news site where I first learned about it:
Or under a title I thought most apt:
Here’s a list of the sounds taken from the original PNAS article (symbols are described here):
Nor can I resist the nice map from the same article:
Trying to think through the significance(s) should it be confirmed. . . . .
First, a universal grammar. . . . now this?
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