InvaderIt was a beautiful day at the beach, with not a cloud in the sky and just enough wind to temper the burning sun, the piercing cries of seagulls breaking up the heartbeat of waves washing up on hot sand. The meteor shower was just a bonus; nothing like that had been announced, but still they came, strings of silver sparks streaking across the sky. People pointed, watched with binoculars, filmed with their phones, shouts of excitement punctuating the bigger fireballs. But none of them ever came closer than the horizon. For a while, the show seemed to have ended. Then the wind picked up, bringing with it small dark clouds that churned furiously as they raced low over the water. People began to panic, swimmers racing each other ashore while those sunning themselves grabbed their towels and ran. A couple fell off their jet skis, narrowly avoiding one of the clouds that swept close to the shore. For a moment its shape suggested a bird of prey as it hovered above a hastily deserted jetty madeInvader by felixplesoianu
An Anatomical Look into Anthropomorphic SpeechAn Anatomical Look into Anthropomorphic Speech by RussellTuller
An Anatomical Study on the Speech Capabilities of Anthropomorphic Creatures
By, Russell Tuller
Traditional Anthro Artist/Amateur Anatomist
Recently I had gotten another question from someone viewing one of my many Anatomical Studies, concerning an Anthropomorphic Animal's ability to recreate human voice and language. This is a question I have been asked about MANY times and I felt that it was about time I put my ideas concerning the subject onto paper for everyone to read and speculate upon.
My following statements are based upon my Own Visual Interpretations of combined Human and Animal Anatomy. Which I use when creating Anthropomorphic Art and Anatomical Studies for my Gallery.
The Question of Language vs Intelligence
I suppose we can only really speculate on the full extent that an anthro creature's ability to vocalize human words would be. But I'd say they would surely be able to create their own intelligent forms of speech on their own over time,