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How Turkish Villagers Communicate via a 400-Year-Old 'Bird Language'

Jul 16, 2012 | Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg

A remote community whistles long, elaborate sequences that carry meaning across distances.

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Courtesy of Alexander Christie-Miller & EurasiaNet

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