It's a title so I think it is ok without a verb."The language as an acquisition typically human." That is not a sentence; it has no verb.
Surely this depends on your point of view. A creationist might say language was not acquired by the human race, but was a gift of God. An evolutionist might well say language was acquired by the human race in the course of its development.'The word "acquisition" does not fit.'
Sorry, I overlooked that rather obvious point.I have an exactly opposite impression. The person writes, "I want to say that the language is something that only people achieved."
I am with you."discovery" doesn't work - humans didn't discover language
I do not think that language is much of an invention, but I can live with it.Language - A Uniquely Human Invention