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Scientists caught chimps smashing tortoises like walnuts for future snacking
It's not cute, but it does tell us a lot about primate cognition.
What are the smartest animals in the world, and how do we know?
There are many members of the animal kingdom that rival our own wits.
Captive Research Chimp Population Gets A New Home In Georgia
A Chimpanzee retirement community
Chimps Can Catch Yawns Too
And the sensitivity to contagious yawns develops as they mature, as it does in humans.
Retired Lab Chimps See The Sky For The First Time [Video]
Tissues at the ready, everyone.
NIH Report Proposes Retiring Research Chimps
A report from the National Institutes of Health council recommends that the agency put out to pasture all but 50 of the chimpanzees it uses in research.
Great Apes Might Experience Mid-Life Crises Just Like Humans
A cross-species approach to studying well-being shows that these crises may be biologically built in.
An App That Gives Apes the Ability to Control Robots (This Is a Real Thing)
Did you know that bonobos have a “fascination with computers”? No? Neither did we. But a new Kickstarter project from...
Chimps are Unnecessary for Most Research and Should Be Used Sparingly, Report Says
Chimpanzees are only necessary as research subjects in a very limited number of cases, according to an expert committee convened...
She Wore Green Setae
Isabella Rossellini makes insects enticing