Languages: there are thousands of the things, although you may only encounter a handful in your everyday life – they’re a bit like religions, in a way. Languages are related to each other and can be grouped into “families,” and it’s this concept that a recent (approximately a month old) That’s a Fact video, Language Families, alludes to:
There is nothing to be said about the Monday article, Scientists Get Glimpse Into Infant Language Learning. The concluding paragraph is the closest we get to anything remotely resembling a creationist claim:
No animal on earth matches this capacity for expressing abstract ideas, and no animal’s brain undergoes such a remarkable shift in multiple, coordinated language learning schemes. This new research shows a glimpse of the Creator’s handiwork in equipping people to develop into beings that share His image, by sharing His ability to use language.
Yes that’s it. Though perhaps a certain Darwin quote might be relevant: (Emphasis added.)
[T]he difference in mind between man and the higher animals, great as it is, certainly is one of degree and not of kind.