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Researchers identify possible dog laugh

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Science News reports on a study which may have identified a sound dogs make while playing that is different than sounds made during other activities, and which seems to induce other dogs to join in the play.

The full story includes some comments about similar behavior in other mammals, and includes some links for further reading.

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