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now would like to be in germany a groundbreaking study has changed the way

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so i just understand canine cunning

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that max planck institute for even racially anthropology investigates

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primate intelligence

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chips are known for their problems solving stocks

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appear achieved excels at the shelter

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ke followers to treat

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the baby searches change the date and said that she would have to rely upon

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information from a human

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pointed

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this surprise you to change the co-director michael thomas l

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they weren't picking up on the point

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and we thought this was a little curator seemed quite easy to just see where

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somebody was pointing in go there and find the firm

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then one of his colleagues working in the chimp ahead

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save he's dole could easily for the pointing

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i said

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beltway and he went home and tested his dogs and sure enough they follow the

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point to him food very easily

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and we want to know why we're dogs better at this point eight

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researchers came up with new tests comparing man's closest relatives

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we bands best friend

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doctor julian kaminski started experimenting to find out which human

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gestures dogs could understand

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two cups boasts many like shirts

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it they want

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the word

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ga

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place in the in opposite directions

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now point

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does and beating him

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the study shows dot will redouble the language correctly ninety percent of the

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time

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even six month old puppies catch-all pretty quickly suggests understanding

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accuse is a skilled dogs alright

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that white college after just let it get processed information for months as well

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as jobs

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boom boom boom and when we started thinking about it the obvious answer is

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that dogs were

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genetically selected work domesticated by humans before interacting with bus in

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particular ways relating to us emotionally in interesting ways but also

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communicating with us

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james did not evolved to be dependent on us

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they had no reason to develop the part of a brain comprehend gestures

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unlike any other

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and it's not just body language big dogs watered shooting two aspects

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this is an experiment with a different conflict

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the full truth internal documented tension to one particular part of our

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body

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consider this

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three people on a park bench

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bombardier bucket over the edge with a blindfold bombarded with allies to

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support

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a conditional to tell today criticized from one of

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which ones are she comes

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god

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did

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the arguing jokingly understandably more afraid of tension women and see how eyes

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alex rabbit on the docks attention to the human eye stampede scientists

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documents complacent street on the ground

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hotels mora not two-week eight ops

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then she sees eyes wide open

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laura banks then execute urges her audience will morrissey opportunities

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and go for the treat al

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he guard the

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dan responses significant results

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this university in the same posture as before

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but it's just a very small change for you say i suppose and start the dogs are

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sensitive to this minor change and the dogs take food when the human rights

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record

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that's going to be

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because knowing that someone can see something could be done in a very

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general way based on the direction their body was facing

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but to know that actually the eyes are involved

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and that if their body is facing but their eyes are closed they can't see

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that absolutely stunned me and i couldn't uh... couldn't believe it and i

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think we may have the replicated to make me happy

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understanding the difference between eyes open or shocking humans bizarre

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rare talent in the animal kingdom

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suggested dogs had the ability to look beyond themselves fancy things

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from our perspective

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nursing themselves as we see them in some basic manner

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binge drinking water

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hard to prove

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dogs my

 
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