WASHINGTON- The saying goes elephants never forget but now you can add, they're checking you out.
Scientists say they've found that elephants are studying humans as we study them.
They can tell the difference between human languages and if the voice comes from a man, woman or child.
Researchers say this is an advanced skill that other animals haven't shown.
They found the results when they played recordings of people for wild elephants in Kenya.
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