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  • I think I was maybe doing little hops of joy myself and smiling.

    我想我也許是自己在做小跳蚤的快樂,在微笑。

  • I was.

    我是。

  • I waas really sort of shocked that it would work.

    我真的有點震驚,它會工作。

  • It was a bit of a risk getting a grant going to Australia to do this sort of bizarre, bizarre but simple experiment on kangaroos.

    拿到一筆資金去澳洲做這種離奇古怪但又簡單的袋鼠實驗是有點冒險的。

  • But nobody had thought of doing it before.

    但之前沒有人想到要這麼做。

  • It s so what we did is we had 16 kangaroos used to human presence as they were used from different wildlife parks.

    我們所做的就是讓16只袋鼠習慣於人類的存在,因為它們來自不同的野生動物園。

  • You carry out a six of thes training trials where, you know, you just place a piece of food in a box.

    你進行了六次訓練試驗,你知道,你只是把一塊食物放在一個盒子裡。

  • It's on the ground on the box is available to them.

    這是在地面上的盒子是可以給他們。

  • But then the key differences in that seventh test trial when you close the box on, then the kangaroo start grappling around often with their claws or their snouts to get the food open, and it becomes immediately apparent it's closed.

    但是在那第七次測試試驗中的關鍵差異,當你把盒子關上時,那麼袋鼠就開始經常用爪子或鼻孔抓來抓去,把食物打開,馬上就會發現它已經關上了。

  • And this is when they started to look towards the experimental and then look back at the food on day were also sort of asking for help by approaching the experimenter and in some cases, even sniffing and scratching the experimenter.

    而這時,他們開始向實驗品看齊,然後回頭看日的食物也算是向實驗者求助,在某些情況下,甚至會嗅聞和抓撓實驗者。

  • The first kangaroo we tested.

    我們測試的第一隻袋鼠。

  • It worked.

    它的工作。

  • So yes, actually, our ball shocked.

    所以是的,其實我們的球震。

  • I remember distinctly.

    我記得很清楚。

  • And so, No, it was fantastic.

    所以,不,這是夢幻般的。

  • I'm pretty sure I had a big smile on my face.

    我敢肯定,我臉上的笑容很燦爛。

  • A partial shocked as well.

    一局部也震驚了。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • E would like this to spark a bit more interest in doing cognitive research on kangaroos.

    E希望由此引發更多對袋鼠進行認知研究的興趣。

  • A marsupials in general.

    A有袋類動物一般。

  • It is quite common that they're considered to be quite stupid on.

    這是很常見的,他們被認為是相當愚蠢的上。

  • Hopefully this research goes some way to show that actually, they do have some cognitive abilities of interest.

    希望這個研究能說明,其實他們確實有一些興趣的認知能力。

I think I was maybe doing little hops of joy myself and smiling.

我想我也許是自己在做小跳蚤的快樂,在微笑。

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研究發現,袋鼠可以與人類 "溝通"--BBC新聞 (Kangaroos can 'communicate' with humans, study finds - BBC News)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 12 月 16 日
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