chimpanzee

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Self-control can be used as a measure of a person's intelligence, and it turns out the same thing is true for chimpanzees.
Chimpanzees may be our closest living relative in the animal world (along with bonobos), but that does not guarantee their comfort around humans.
RESEARCHERS at a Welsh university have travelled more than 3,500 miles to a sanctuary in West Africa to learn more about why cardiac disease is so common in chimpanzees.
2) Why do you think Rosati offered chimpanzees a device that didn't "cook" food?
At the 381-acre facility, nearly a dozen groups of 9 to 12 chimpanzees wait for their oranges atop raised wooden platforms in the separated corrals that house the research animals.
THEY were the cute and cuddly chimpanzees who won worldwide fame while dressed up as humans and seemingly enjoying a cup of PG Tips.
were the cute THEY were the cute and cuddly chimpanzees who won worldwide fame while dressed up as humans and seemingly enjoying a cup of PG Tips.
Jane Goodall was among the first to note coordinated attacks by chimpanzees on other members of the same species, sparking debate among primatologists and anthropologists on the significance of chimpanzee warfare.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that Chimpanzees are copycats and, in the process, they form new traditions that are often particular to only one specific group of these primates, as "grass-in-the-ear" has become a new trend.
TAI NATIONAL PARK, Ivory Coast -- Before dawn in the thick rain forest of western Ivory Coast, the air was filled with the sounds of male chimpanzees screaming, hooting and banging on trees.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers at Georgia State University's Language Research Center examined how two language-trained chimpanzees communicated with a human experimenter to find food.
CHIMPANZEES may learn to prepare food by watching their companions in the same way that humans develop their cooking skills from their family members, according to new research.
Roughly 2,000 chimpanzees live in captivity in the United States; about half are held for medical research.
The findings revealed that Chimpanzees of Lahore Zoo were suffering from low level to high-level abnormal behavior and they also displayed natural behavior patterns like their wild relatives.
Chimpanzees in biomedical and behavioral research; assessing the necessity.