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Rosie, an 8-year-old skating chimpanzee, performs between periods of the Clippers’ American Hockey League game at the Civic Center.
Then, in full view of fieldworkers, a group of six male chimpanzees savagely beat her.
The most interesting move by CMS, however, was the addition of the chimpanzee to the appendices.
But new studies show that a wide range of animals, from birds to bees to chimpanzees, can pass on information and behaviors to others.
Western chimpanzees are one of four subspecies of chimps spread across Africa.
Researchers who found the gruesome scene in Senegal in 2013 knew that chimpanzees are no strangers to lethal violence.
Documentary footage from half a century ago captures naturalist Jane Goodall and her groundbreaking work studying chimpanzees.
Ancient chimpanzees genetically passed oral herpes (herpes simplex 1, or HSV-1) to the earliest humans millions of years ago when our lineage split.
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