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Sheep recognize familiar and unfamiliar human faces from two-dimensional images
by Franziska Knolle, Rita P. Goncalves, and A. Jennifer Morton
Royal Society Open Science Translate This Article
8 November 2017
On 8 November 2017 Royal Society Open Science reported:
One of the most important human social skills is the ability to recognize faces. Humans recognize familiar faces easily, and can learn to identify unfamiliar faces from repeatedly presented images. Sheep are social animals that can recognize other sheep as well as familiar humans. ...Together these data show that sheep have advanced face-recognition abilities, comparable with those of humans ...
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