African elephants in Kenya have distinct vocalizations specific to individuals in their social groups, suggesting they have names for each other. This makes elephants the first non-human animals to address each other using individual names, unlike dolphins and parrots who imitate the receiver's call. Researchers recorded 527 elephant calls and successfully identified 20.3% of the receivers using a computer model, providing new insights into elephant communication. #animals
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