Humans and animals both share the ability to perceive sound and music but our experience with music may be different from that of other animals.
What differentiates the human experience of music to that of, say, songbirds or dogs? There are various aspects of music that contribute to our perception and enjoyment of it which may differ from animals.
This article explores how our human musicality may have evolved or have been wired differently such that it becomes a whole other level of experience from that of animals'.
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