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Cows moo with regional accents

In a major breakthrough in cattle linguistics, experts have confirmed cows with a different accent from their herd, the BBC reports. On local Twitter pages, it looks as though the West Country farmers “animals like each other – and not just because of their accents.

Glastonbury’s Lloyd Green said: ‘I spend a lot of time with my friends and they definitely cheat.

Professor Wells confirmed Green’s observation and said the phenomenon was well documented – in birds. The closer a farmer is to his animals, the easier it is for him to pick up his accent. Other farmers in the West Country group have seen similar developments and speak with their own accents, just to work it out – like dogs.

The same species have distinct chirping accents across the country, but in smaller populations, such as herds, one would encounter identifiable dialectical variations that are most strongly influenced by immediate peer groups. The latest findings will go a long way to broadening our understanding of the cattle world, reinforced in recent years by the discovery of grudges – pregnant cows in the United States and other parts of Europe.

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In a major breakthrough in cattle linguistics, experts have confirmed cows with a different accent from their herd, the BBC reports. On local Twitter pages, it looks as though the West Country farmers “animals like each other – and not just because of their accents.

Glastonbury’s Lloyd Green said: ‘I spend a lot of time with my friends and they definitely cheat.

Professor Wells confirmed Green’s observation and said the phenomenon was well documented – in birds. The closer a farmer is to his animals, the easier it is for him to pick up his accent. Other farmers in the West Country group have seen similar developments and speak with their own accents, just to work it out – like dogs.

The same species have distinct chirping accents across the country, but in smaller populations, such as herds, one would encounter identifiable dialectical variations that are most strongly influenced by immediate peer groups. The latest findings will go a long way to broadening our understanding of the cattle world, reinforced in recent years by the discovery of grudges – pregnant cows in the United States and other parts of Europe.

Cows moo with regional accents

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