Sea Lion With Rhythm Is a Scientific First

Ronan was taught to keep a beat by researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
2:10 | 04/02/13

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Which -- rose -- -- -- horrific sounds and outside of humans this ability been seen. Previously only inherited some related -- -- is actually the first non human mammals zone be able to keep the -- first train running. We use the simple repeating sound. Something like a -- Once you learn. Without further training run was able to find and -- -- -- complex stimulating. Yeah. We'll be keeping -- -- -- only humans and some parents. People thought that the American might actually be a necessary precondition for -- ability. But our findings -- Ronan who witnesses feline is not a local and it -- that theory. It may be that. -- ability is much more widespread animal kingdom had previously.

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