Primate poop reveals what our furry ancestors are eating.
Chimpanzees who are treated well by people trust and show more empathy for humans more than they do baboons and unfamiliar chimps.
Less-glamorous animals than elephants, gorillas and rhinos are poached for various reasons. Here's just a selection.
The extinct 10-foot-tall, 1,200 pound ape, Gigantopithecus, may have died out after turning to fruit to replace dwindling bamboo. Continue reading →
Males in particular show low levels of aggression, even maintaining platonic friendships with females and sticking by their mothers into adulthood.
Species that live in larger social groups have complex, colorful facial patterns.
The bonobo, a great ape, shows parallel emotional development to humans, new research finds.
From blue-balled monkeys to a meat-eating sponge, these new creatures show that Mother Nature hasn't forgotten how to amaze us.
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