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What would a dog say if they could talk?
If my dog could talk it would say, “Get out of my way, feed me, let me outside, can I have a kingdom?” If my cat, Joey, could talk, he would say “Feed me or I will die and take you down with me. I am too hungry to live!”
What would an animal say if it could talk?
If animals could talk, we would be able to communicate with our pets. Animals would be able to help us when they got lost by telling us where they live. An animal that talked could ask for what they need. Your dog could tell you if he wanted to go for a walk, or your cat could tell you if she was hungry.
Which animal would you talk to first?
Gorillas. Gorillas and humans go way back. All the way back to our common ancestor who lived 10 million years ago, in fact. Because gorillas and humans are so close on the primate family tree, it would make sense that they would be the first animals that humans could actually talk to.
Do dogs ever try to talk?
Despite what they may lack in the elocution department, dogs do communicate their feelings to humans as well as read our cues, thanks to domestication, Julia Riedel and colleagues of the Max Planck Institute (M.P.I.) for Evolutionary Anthropology reported in March 2008 in Animal Behavior.
What should I Caption my dogs picture?
Cute Dog Captions
- Puppy love.
- Thanks fur the memories.
- You can’t buy happiness, but you can rescue it.
- Dogs are my favorite people.
- I will always woof you.
- My best friend has a fur and a tail.
- Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.
- Love is a four-legged word.
Do animals really talk?
Although animals do not possess the ability to speak words, they can communicate in much the same way as humans do. Although animals do not have words, they communicate using other methods, such as gestures, movements, vocal calls and their sense of smell. In short, most of their communication is non-verbal.
Will animals learn to speak?
Isn’t it strange that some animals can imitate human speech? Animals that are able to talk like humans are all “vocal learners,” BBC explains. They hear sounds and learn how to imitate them. Besides humans, some of the most skilled vocal learners include parrots, songbirds, dolphins, and beluga whales.
Which animal would you like to talk to?
Perhaps, though, this is just the first stage in a gradual anthropomorphisation of whales? Evolution was bound to do something soon, so I guess this must be it. With that in mind, who’s to say all animals with the right physical capabilities won’t eventually be able to talk? I wonder what they’d say.