– the answer is clearly 'no'. Animal communication systems share many of their core features with language, but the overlap is highly selective. Bees might show displacement in their communication.
Could an animal learn a human language?
Thus animal language is determined by their internal factor, which is their biology while human language is determined by external elements, which are the contract and their surroundings. Another reason that animals are not able to attain human language comes from its lack of ability to learn a human culture.
Can animals learn language like humans do?
True mastery of verbal language has not been observed in animals, though researchers have kept their eyes peeled for the next best thing: vocal production learning, or the practice of copying a sound from the environment and modifying it to fulfill social or biological needs.