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Also surprising is the extent to which Goody participates in her treatments the way a keeper might expect a chimpanzee, lion, or bear might.
The same basic helpful behavior happens later in the video when the experiment is repeated with chimpanzees.
Another study, from 1984, noted that a group of captive chimpanzees in Georgia all seemed to congregate on a climbing structure during the totality.
Other primatologists took up Barrett and Henzi’s call and described biological markets in chimpanzees, lemurs, spider monkeys, and vervet monkeys.
Uganda’s forests, in particular, are rich in biodiversity, home to half of Africa’s bird species, as well as the chimpanzee, humankind’s closest known living relative.
Osvath and others found evidence that other great apes, like chimpanzees, bonobos, and orangutans, could choose and save tools for later use.
Leading the apes is Caesar, the chimpanzee played by Andy Serkis, in what is a truly dazzling feat of motion capture performance.
Some chimpanzees have learned to look both ways before crossing busy streets.
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