British experts from the University of Scotland has established that young children up to three years and monkeys can easily find a common language and to interact with each other on equal terms.
In three years, children are at an intermediate stage of speech development. Scientists believe that at this age, children can understand the language of monkeys and apes is much easier to recognize emotions of a child than an adult. There is a theory according to which the brain of a three year old child and adult chimpanzees are at the same stage of development.
The human brain grows and develops throughout his youth. To children, namely three years, it reaches the level of development of the adult chimpanzee. Next, the human nervous system evolves and goes on from their ancestors.