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イルカは仲間に名前をつけている

2006年5月09日 【雑学なメモ
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Bottlenose dolphins appear to whistle their “names” to each other, according to a new study. Researchers say that this type of referential communication is extremely rare in nature, and until now had not been clearly shown in a non-human animal.

これまでは人間だけと思われていたけど、イルカも。

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BBC NEWS | UK | UFO study finds no sign of aliens
A confidential Ministry of Defence report on Unidentified Flying Objects has concluded that there is no proof of alien life forms.

英国防省が400ページにわたるレポートで結論報告。「いない」ことの証明は難しいはずだけどね。

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すべての子どもには、同じだけの成長の余地がある。違いを作るのは食事や栄養って話。まあ、遺伝で差がついたら、戦後の日本人の体格がこれほど急激に変った理由が説明できないのでもあるね。

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