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small chimpanzee of swamp forests in Zaire

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Francine Burk, a recent MacArthur winner, has decided to share her award with The Foundation, which houses orangutans, chimps, and bonobos for animal research.
When Mr Rogers told viewers of his beloved children's TV show to "look for the helpers," bonobos clearly weren't paying attention.
A comprehensive study by Duke University has found that bonobos - our closest great ape cousin in the animal kingdom - are more attracted to the mean and unkind ones in the group.
Meanwhile, the menswear brand Bonobos has taken its online mirroring one step further as customers still have to wait for the items they buy to be shipped out.
Austin will be the next stop in September when Interior Define plans to open a guideshop in Domain Northside, a retail destination that also includes Bonobos and Warby Parker.
Bonobos is just the latest online fim that Walmart has bought, joining women's retailer ModCloth, outdoor gear supplier Moosejaw and ShoeBuy.
16 June 2017 - US-based retailer Walmart (NYSE: WMT) has entered an agreement to acquire US-based online men's apparel company Bonobos, Inc.
Analysis of the genetic instruction books, or genomes, of 63 wild-born chimps, two captive chimps and 10 wild-born bonobos led to the finding.
Pamela Douglas, del departamento de Primatologia en el Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology de Leipzig (Alemania) publico este ano un estudio que relacionaba la conducta sexual de los bonobos con la variabilidad en las pautas de ovulacion de sus hembras.
Editors Hare and Yamamoto offer this compilation of papers previously published in a special issue of Behaviour regarding the behavior of bonobos, the ape equal to chimpanzees in genetic relatedness to humans.
This poem was specially written for Friends of Bonobos and Vanessa Woods (author of Bonobo Handshake), who published it online in their newsletter, facebook and twitter sites.
Sharing 98 per cent of their DNA with humans, bonobos are an endangered species, found only in the basin of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Experts at the University of Birmingham said that wild bonobos - considered to be our closest living relatives in the primate world - use a high-pitched call that requires context to be understood.
Experts at the University of Birmingham said that wild bonobos - our closest living relatives in the primate world - use a high-pitched call that requires context to be understood - just like human infants.
There are eight chapters: earthly delights; goodness explained; bonobos in the family tree; is God dead or just in a coma?