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Mother Tongue: A Baby's Cry Varies Depending On Mother's Language

09/12/2016 05:04 EDT | Updated 09/13/2016 11:22 EDT

The saying "like mother, like child" can be taken a lot more literally now, because scientists have found that a baby's cry can vary based on the language their mother uses.

Experts also found that newborns do this as a way to bond with their moms.

How sweet!

Watch the video above to find out more.

Have you ever noticed the changes in a baby's cry based on their mother's native language? Let us know in the comments below.

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