Neural bases for language existed already 25-30 million years ago

Recent research found that Rhesus macaques when listening to other monkeys
� calls activate brain areas equivalent to the ones used for language in humans supporting the hypothesis that the neural basis for language existed already in a common ancestral.

This doesn’t surprise me. But it should surprise those idiots who think the earth is only 6,000 years old. It’s WAY older. But they can’t comprehend lengths of time that long.

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