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Dolphin brain, language, and intelligence

Cijadrachon cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Wed Mar 3 12:57:37 EST 1999


who at cares.com (justus) wrote:

>So lets put in another possibel semantic confound:
>how about the different apparen abilities between organisms within and
>between species to abtsract?

Did not get semantic confound translated, but for the within me I need
the front linked with enough capacities for a lot of that. 
Doubt any human knows all organisms.

Wildly guessing for Earth I'd say some plants very very little, stones
I never noticed too, though then again I am even worse in perceiving
them than plants, some parrots and cats quite a bit, dolphins I don't
know, most humans a lot

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