For the vocalization, as experts established, does not affect the shape of the larynx primates, and the structure of their language.
Scientists from France and the United States found that Guinea baboons (Papio papio) use similar to human vowel sounds. From this it follows that the basic elements of spoken language that are common to advanced primates originated about 25 million years ago. A study published in the journal PLoS ONE.
Most experts recorded the sounds produced by the Papio papio, reminiscent of the human [y], [o], [e], [a] and [th]. The similarity of the sounds from the Guinean baboons and humans, according to scientists, indicates a common origin of the ancient systems of signals.
For the vocalization, as experts established, does not affect the shape of the larynx primates, and the structure of their language. From the Guinean baboons, and the human form and proportion of muscle is an unpaired outgrowth of the floor of the mouth are similar to each other.
According to an alternative point of view, human speech there were approximately 70-100 thousand years ago, which is associated with the evolution of the larynx. A new study shows that, in addition to Homo sapiens, at least Papio papio have the necessary anatomical possibilities for vocalization, and the first rudiments of speech originated about 25 million years ago, when baboons and humans had a common ancestor.
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