Do Animals Laugh? Studies Shed Light on Our Evolutionary Past

A recent study shows that chimpanzees display "laugh faces"—smiling, with teeth bared—with or without actual laughter. This indicates "that chimpanzees can communicate in more explicit and thus versatile ways" than we thought. It's similar to how people may smile silently, while talking, or while laughing—each of which conveys a separate emotion.

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