Do Apes Laugh When Tickled?

Apes often make weird sounds when they’re tickled, and some researchers now say these pants and hoots truly are related to human laughter.

That’s the conclusion of a new study in the journal Current Biology that analyzed the “tickle-induced vocalizations” of infant and juvenile apes as well as human infants.

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