Scientists Say Owners May Soon Have Two-Way Conversations With Their Pets

A team in Israel has made a breakthrough in talking to animals like Dr. Dolittle. Students have used ultrasonic frequency detectors to translate the noises bats make. According to Dr. Yossi Yovel, the discovery is “like a miracle, like magic,” and that’s not the only research into communicating with animals.

A scientist is studying the New Caledonian crow with the goal of understanding what the birds are saying, and in Key West, Florida the Dolphin Research Center has created a machine like a keyboard to interact with sea life. Experts say these are all leading to being able to communicate with our pets.

Source: New York Post

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