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Hello cetacean friends,

It seems now definetly proved that dolphins, belugas, orcas, whales,
spermwhales and all other cetaceans are speaking to each other by
the means of local dialects that they learned during their childhood. 

Of course, we still don't know WHAT cetaceans are telling but 
one fact is sure: their language is able to carry concepts 
and abstract informations and could even be more sophisticated.

Best regards, Jacques 

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On Mon, 1 Jan 2007 11:28:10 +0100, Kjell Rehnström <[log in to unmask]> 
wrote:

>Den 2007-01-01 09:41:07 skrev Jacques Dehee <[log in to unmask]>:
>
>> Bonjour,
>>
>> Il serait très intéressant que nous comprenions les baleines,
>> les dauphins et autres cétacés, car je ne doute pas
>> qu'ils détiennent un grand savoir et de grands secrets.
>>
>> Le fait que nous ne comprenions pas leurs langages montre
>> que notre civilisation n'est pas si avancée qu'il nous semble.
>>
>> Amicalement, Jacques
>>
>Quanto al lingua del cetaceas, ego audiva un interessante hypotese que le
>grande spacio in le cerebro de delfinas pro manipular le signales acustic
>esserea a causa del facto que lo que un can pote expressar per tote su
>corpore e cauda un delfina solo pote expressar per sonos. Per consequente
>il es multo probabile que le delfinas non ha multo de cosas intelligente a
>dicer a nos, si on los questionarea, e forsan on pote parlar de un satis
>avantiate civilisation que comprende isto.
>
>Sperante que le anno comenciate essera bonissime a vos omnes!
>
>Kjell R
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