chimpanzees

'Planet of the apes just became scarier': Twitter in awe of how ripped chimpanzees really are

'Planet of the apes just became scarier': Twitter in awe of how ripped chimpanzees really are

Photo of a chimpanzee suffering from alopecia - condition that causes hair to fall out - has taken the internet by a storm.Twitter user S...Read More

We got dancing skills from chimpanzees

We got dancing skills from chimpanzees

New York: Researchers have found two chimpanzees performed a duo dance-like behaviour, similar to a human conga-line. According to the st...Read More

AI to help identify chimps’ faces in the wild

AI to help identify chimps’ faces in the wild

Washington: New AI software will now help wildlife conservationists to recognise individual faces of chimpanzees further helping them by ...Read More

OMG! Chimpanzees sleep on cleaner beds than humans, claims study

OMG! Chimpanzees sleep on cleaner beds than humans, claims study

New York: Chimpanzees appear to keep tidier sleeping arrangements than humans do, according to a study that evaluated the microbes and in...Read More

Dogs have kids-like social skills

Dogs have kids-like social skills

New York: Dogs and two-year-old children show similar patterns in social intelligence, much more than one of our closest relatives – chim...Read More

Chimps prefer to choose genetically different mates

Chimps prefer to choose genetically different mates

New York: When seeking a mate, chimpanzees get more selective and choose a partner whose genetic makeup most differs from their own, rese...Read More

Chimpanzees are ‘indifferent’ when it comes to helping peers

Chimpanzees are ‘indifferent’ when it comes to helping peers

London: Chimpanzees may appear ‘indifferent’, when it comes to altruistically helping a fellow chimpanzee, a study has found, says IANS. ...Read More

Chimpanzees are good fathers, devoted to their offspring

Chimpanzees are good fathers, devoted to their offspring

New York: Chimpanzees — highly promiscuous species — are good fathers and more devoted to protect their offspring than previously thought...Read More

Smiles originated 30 million years ago

Smiles originated 30 million years ago

Tokyo: The origin of smiles goes back at least 30 million years, when old world monkeys and our direct ancestors diverged, according to a...Read More

Viruses may have been major driver of human evolution: study

Viruses may have been major driver of human evolution: study

Washington: Viruses may have played a significant role in human evolution, rather than just giving us infections and diseases, a new stud...Read More

Deep-pitched voice in males liked to dominance

Deep-pitched voice in males liked to dominance

New York: Male voices are not deeply pitched in order to attract female mates but to dominate the competition with other males, finds a n...Read More

Chimps, like humans, make friends based on trust: study

Chimps, like humans, make friends based on trust: study

Berlin: Friendship may not be unique to humans as chimpanzees also bond with each other based on trust, a new study suggests. The finding...Read More

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Pigs as smart as dogs, chimps

Washington : Pigs can often outsmart dogs and are on about the same intellectual level as our closest living relatives, chimpanzees, scie...Read More

Fish as clever as chimps at choosing partner for tasks

Fish as clever as chimps at choosing partner for tasks

London : Fish may have smaller brains than chimpanzees but they perform as well if not better than humankind’s closest evolutionary relat...Read More

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Hormone behind bonobo peacefulness

Berlin: High levels of a key thyroid hormone may be the reason why bonobos are peaceful creatures, scientists have found.

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