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Talk with Intent

Humans find a way to make the lesser apes seem greater.

By Skyler SaundersPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
Talk with Intent
Photo by Chastagner Thierry on Unsplash

When New Sweden University students of Wilmington, Delaware invented a system for animals, primarily land mammals, to speak, people maligned them.

“It goes against God!” the masses shrieked. The scientists, still, pressed onward through the criticism. One of the ways that kept them going was the outcome. The experiments worked.

Gibbons conversed about the stars and about the latest dietary menus the humans served them.

“I concur. The meals are getting a bit dry. There’s not enough spice to go around,” Vestal the first gibbon explained.

Kronos, the second gibbon, looked at his friend. “There may be humans who cook.”


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