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While monkeys were unable to think too far into the future, great apes like chimps, bonobos and orangutans showed the ability to plan.
Audience would grow to know and love the apes all through the eyes of Caesar, a chimp raised from infancy by a scientist (James Franco).
Other animals are known to drum, too, including rodents that stomp their feet, woodpeckers that peck , and chimps that drum their hands and feet on tree stumps.
Proceeds from sales will benefit the Center for Great Apes, a permanent sanctuary for orangutans and chimps that are unable to live in the wild.
The pet chimp that Michael Jackson was often photographed with, and that appeared in his music videos in the 1980s, now is an artist.
Matthew O’Neill, an anatomy and evolution researcher at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix, and colleagues biopsied the thigh and calf muscles of three chimps housed at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
In an effort to evade his attackers, the chimp grabbed a branch that could not support his weight, zoo officials said.
Unbeknownst to these partner chimpanzees, the chimp that always started the game—a female named Tai—was trained to always choose the last option, giving up her turn.
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