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Elephant mimics Korean with help of his trunk
by Rebecca Morelle, Science reporter
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1 November 2012
On 1 November 2012 BBC News reported:
An Asian elephant called Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills. Researchers report that the mammal has learnt to imitate human speech and can say five words in Korean: hello, no, sit down, lie down, and good. The zoo animal places the tip of his trunk into his mouth to transform his natural low rumble into a convincing impression of a human voice. The study is published in the journal Current Biology.
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