The Star Wars film franchise is as popular as ever following its return to the big screen in 2015, and now its legacy will carry on for generations in the form of a newly discovered primate that has no tail. The findings have been published in the American Journal of Primatology , a monthly peer-reviewed science journal. All hoolock gibbons have white eyebrows and white beards - but the Chinese primates' markings differed in appearance.
That assumption had major implications for theories on the emergence of language, which remains a uniquely human ability. It is important to acknowledge that human speech is largely possible thanks to the use of vowels. Although some studies have mentioned vowellike sounds in baboons and other monkeys as well as chimpanzees, no one had carried out an in-depth study to see how the animals made them or whether they combined them, a key element of speech.
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One coordinates the pursuit of prey, while the other controls the neck and jaw muscles used for biting. By separately triggering and deactivating the neurons in question, the researchers deduced that one set controlled the animal's prey instinct, helping to home in on its target, while another controlled the muscles in its jaw and neck, producing the actions required to bite and kill.