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The article states that the horses were not just randomly choosing and how they could determine this. We know animals are extremely intelligent, and finding new ways to communicate with them is incredible! It makes me think about trying to find new ways to communicate with my own pets, and I suspect that in the future there will be more communication between people and animals in a "language" that we can both understand.
The Top 15 Tips and Tricks for Studying for the VTNE
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