chimpanzee

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Because captive chimpanzees were officially listed as "endangered" on September 14, 2015 under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), Yerkes may not export them without demonstrating the export will "enhance the propagation or survival of the species.
They were left traumatised as they matured into adulthood, unable behave as mature chimpanzees or interact with their peers.
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According to the researchers, a female chimp named Julie repeatedly put a stiff, strawlike blade of grass for no apparent reason in one or both of her ears and left it there even when she was grooming, playing or resting, after which other chimpanzees also followed suit.
Chimpanzees normally resent humans, but scientists in the park have spent decades ''habituating'' them so they could be studied.
Bubbles, the chimpanzee that was Michael Jackson's pet at one point, was physically abused while in the singer's care, according to an expert.
The human experimenter did not know where the food was hidden, and the chimpanzees used gestures such as pointing to guide the experimenter to the food.
In June, two US federal agencies announced steps that could end the use of chimpanzees for medical research in America.
Committee on the Use of Chimpanzees in Biomedical and Behavioral Research et al.
Research has shown that wild chimpanzees from Cameroon excrete different types of enteroviruses in their feces and that some of the enteroviruses are closely related to those known to infect humans (4).
CHIMPANZEES at a sanctuary in South Africa have left a man seriously injured with bite wounds after pulling him into their enclosure.
Customary tool-use by wild primates, a key trait of interest to archaeologists, has been recorded in tropical Africa, South America and Southeast Asia, including by chimpanzees (Figure 1), orangutans and bearded capuchin monkeys (McGrew 1992; van Schaik et al.
Chimpanzees are smart, social, and one of humans' closest living relatives in the animal kingdom.
Omega has never climbed a tree or seen other chimpanzees.
TWO gangs of chimpanzees who spent months making friends were introduced to the public as a new "super group" at a Scottish zoo yesterday.