(Current Biology, Stoeger et al ) Koshik, an elephant at the Everland Zoo in South Korea, can speak Korean aloud. Here Ashley Stoeger and Daniel Mietchen record his vocalizations.
Elephant Can Speak Korean — Out Loud
NOVEMBER 01, 2012Charles Choi, LiveScience
A zoo elephant in South Korea can speak Korean out loud, researchers say. The pachyderm is capable of saying "hello," "good," "no," "sit down" and "lie down" — all by using its trunk to do the work of lips in a process scientists don’t fully understand.Read more: MSNBC News