A Gorilla That Could Communicate In Sign Language

 

It was claimed that Koko the gorilla could use more than 1,000 signs to communicate in Gorilla Sign Language. Koko was able to show novel thought, for example, she wasn’t taught a sign for ‘ring’ but managed to communicate it through signs for ‘finger’ and ‘bracelet’.

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Gorillas’ natural habitats cover tropical or subtropical forests in Africa.

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