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.
A common ape ancestor developed the ability to metabolize alcohol about 10 million years ago. ->
This chimp can get a peanut out of the bottom of this plastic tube with only the items in his cage. Could you have solved this puzzle?
Sequencing the genes of the peaceful Bonobos could teach us something about ourselves.
Mountain gorilla populations have risen to 880, up by at least 100 since 2006.
Some monkeys like to keep their private lives private, but not for the reason you might think.
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