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small chimpanzee of swamp forests in Zaire

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Empty Hands, Open Arms: The Race to Save Bonobos in the Congo and Make Conservation go Viral
Although Empty Hands, Open Arms is specific to bonobo conservation and a community in the Congo, its lessons can have far-reaching impact that's likely to inspire readers, no matter where they are.
Researchers studying young bonobos in an African sanctuary have discovered striking similarities between the emotional development of the bonobos and that of children.
Bonobo males and females are of equal size, which correlates with no aggression whatsoever.
Bonobos often walk upright and share over 98 percent of their genetic make-up with humans.
The three-month-old Bonobo is just like a baby, weighing in at just 3lb and even wearing a nappy to cope with little accidents.
JAPAN -- Another species threatened by human predation is the bonobo, a cousin of the chimpanzee that is believed to be the primate most closely related to humans.
Consider also the work of Frans de Waal on the Bonobo apes.
But imagine the surprise of a San Diego zookeeper, unfamiliar with a newly arrived species known as the bonobo, when the animal gently slid its tongue into the zookeeper's mouth.
TWYCROSS Zoo in Atherstone, Warwickshire, has welcomed the birth of a new baby bonobo.
Second, collection of the necessary biomechanical data on (a) the loads experienced by the human hand during tool-use and tool-making, (b) hand use and hand postures used by African apes during locomotion in the wild and, (c) the loads experienced by the bonobo hand during arboreal locomotion.
Bonobo BIRMINGHAM INSTITUTE SIMON GREEN (Bonobo) kicked off his European tour at the Institute, providing the perfect intimate setting for his soul-piercing set.
The recent study by researchers of the LuiKotale bonobo project from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology reports on the outcomes of intersexual conflicts in a bonobo community near the Salonga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
This family, who demonstrated their skills for a wildlife photographer, live in captivity at Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary in Congo where they enjoy hanging out by the pool after work.
99) APE House, the fourth novel from animal-loving author Sara Gruen, follows the fortunes of a group of endangered Bonobo apes who have learned to communicate with humans through sign language.