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Goats can perceive each other's emotions from their voices
by Natasha Daly
National Geographic Translate This Article
15 July 2019
On 15 July 2019 National Geographic reported:
A new study published in Frontiers in Zoology on July 10, 2019 has confirmed that goats can differentiate between other goats' happiness or displeasure by listening to their voices. In other words, they can tell how one another is feeling.
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Researchers involved in the study had previously concluded that goats can express emotion through their voices. Next, a larger team decided to explore whether goats can detect it in others.
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