On the surface, the way we create and respond to music seems like a fundamentally human trait. Music triggers all sorts of emotions; it makes us smile, laugh, cry, workout harder, reevaluate our lives.
But, as it turns out, it isn’t just us humans that enjoy music. Scientific studies have uncovered weird and wonderful ways in which music has an effect on species of all sizes. Full story.
Stephen Dowling (BBC) / May 1, 2019
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