First evidence that birds tweet using grammar →

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bringtheruckuss:

They may not have verbs, nouns or past participles, but birds challenge the notion that humans alone have evolved grammatical rules.

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“Ironically,” said the bird grammarian, “their tweets are generally more than 140 characters.”

For the Lulz.

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    Dear people, If the birds can do it, so can you.
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    @Weatherbird • My Twitter grammar is excellent.
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    Gradmom…. this is totally for you.
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    So very cool. And very punny.
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    SCIENCE
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    For the Lulz.
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    awesome. also, almost peripherally, I realized people with an overactive Broca’s area are prone to being national...