Re: Is language necessary for preservation of culture?
Herb Huston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
10 Jan 1997 21:26:52 -0500
In article <01bbfac0$7a6dc660$3f067018@supra-r>,
Keta Nannithamby <email@example.com> wrote:
}Is the Language necessary for preservation of the culture?
The Japanese macaques on Koshima Island have preserved their cultural prac-
tices of washing sweet potatoes and placer mining wheat for more than 40
years despite the lack (as far as anyone knows) of any language whatsoever.
-- Herb Huston