Arachnid Hearing, Vocal Learning Within the Animal Kingdom, Zipf’s Law of Human Language, the Spectrum of Language, and the FOXp2 Gene Responsible for Language

Spiders don’t have ears therefore they cannot detect airborne sound, so the way they communicate noise to eachother is by detecting vibrations with their legs. Most animals are born knowing the language they’ll use for the rest of their lives, but a few engage in what is referred to as “vocal learning” which is the “learning of a language by listening to others”. Human beings use vocal learning, as well as whales, dolphins, elephants, seals, some birds, and bats. Vocal learning provides a flexib...

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