Chimpanzees in West Africa have been filmed exhibiting a never-before-seen behavior.
Both kids and apes are able to learn physical rules governing their environment in order to figure out tasks.
Do you trust all of your friends? If not, then those without your trust really aren’t your buds, new research on chimps suggests.
We take a fond look back at some of the year's best animal footage shot in the wilderness, on the water, and even in suburban backyards.
As the U.S. government retires its research chimpanzees, the spotlight falls on other animals still in labs that are sentient beings, according to new studies.
A severely disabled female chimpanzee got a helping hand in Tanzania.
The baby, whose name Boon means blessing, was orphaned when mum Soona died shortly after he was born at Monarto Zoo in Australia.
Chimps seem to enjoy -- and remember -- a good thriller, especially when at least one of its stars is dressed like an ape.
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