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  • A logical candidate for such a species is the chimpanzee, which shares 98.4% of the human genetic code.
  • A simple way to disprove this hypothesis (the Innateness Hypothesis) is to demonstrate that other species have the capacity to speak but for some reason simply have not developed speech.
  • Perhaps they can acquire grammar like humans if they could only express it some other way.
  • Chimpanzees cannot speak because, unlike Homo sapiens, their vocal cords are located higher in their throats and cannot be controlled as delicately as human vocal cords.
  • It does not follow from their lack of speech, however, that chimpanzees are incapable of language.