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Animal Tribes and Dialects

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The Human Side of Animals, Royal Dixon
The following passage is an excerpt from a book that explores the concept that animals possess human characteristics.

Dixon, Royal. The Human Side of Animals. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1918. Print

Based on paragraph 3, it can be reasonably inferred that animal dialects

A

have long been thought of as a myth.

B

vary from one species to the next.

C

are determined based on the region in which the animal lives.

D

become more pronounced with the animal's age.