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Washoe and the family teach Loulis to use sign language

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Uploaded on Mar 31, 2010

This video segment explores the use and production of Loulis, the only non-human primate to learn a human language in the way that human children most typically do: from his mother. Further, the work of R. Allen and Beatrix T. Gardner continued with several other young chimpanzees that became Loulis adopted older siblings (Moja, Tatu, & Dar) and who helped Loulis to develop his use of American Sign Language within the social milieu.

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