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like this gray seal is singing twinkle twinkle little star that's because it is , such is at Scotland's university of San Andreas the found the marine mammals of the ability to mimic speech and songs using the same production mechanism as humans are on , then the pitch and tend to slowly shifted to replicate human like speech those behind the study hope it could be used as a new model to study speech disorders by providing what they call a better understanding of the even the shin vocal line and using seals this test subjects they becomes the serious ethical issues of studying humans you cannot isolate a newborn from bath and control that oral environments but still pops and naturally separated from the mother of the two or three weeks the research is told Reuters the study could help identify which sounds helps Levelland is to develop and use that as a blueprint for working with humans