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Can dogs understand humans?

Can dogs understand humans?

It’s a question that many dog owners would likely answer "yes" to.

But, how much can dogs actually understand us?

James May has answered this question for his latest Q+A on the Head Squeeze channel.

The National Science + Engineering Competition travelled to 12 of The Big Bang Near Me Fairs across the UK gathering over 1000 questions from young people to pass on to James.

In the end, James decided to answer a question by Luke from Durham Johnston Comprehensive about his dog.

So what do you think? Can dogs understand us?

DISCLAIMER: The video does contain some strong language, so is not appropriate for primary school children.

At Head Squeeze James May, and his crack team of scientists, mathematicians, and comedians, provide insights, break down science experiments and debunk daily life with maths and science.

There are five strands on the channel presented by an outstanding cast of science communicators, experts in scientific research, established mathematicians, and bona fide technology lovers.

Our contributors include; resident inventor at the Science Museum, Mark Champkins, the UK’s number one stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, statistical genius Hannah Fry, astrophysics extraordinaire Martin Archer and, daredevil presenter Greg Foot.

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