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Chimpanzees found to give birth in much the same way as humans 6/10/2011 - Members of the Hominidae family chimpanzees are the closest living relatives to human beings and like us, they have been found to experience emotions and retain memories. ... The research was carried out on three five-year-old chimpanzees that had been taught the order... "...

Chimpanzees Beat Humans in Memory Test

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Juvenile chimpanzees beat adult humans in two different short-term memory tests, according to a study conducted by researchers at Kyoto University in Japan and published in the journal Current Biology. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Chimpanzees at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on chimpanzees US group sues to demand personhood for chimpanzees Why chimpanzees and sentient animals deserve 'nonhuman ...

US group sues to demand personhood for chimpanzees

https://naturalnews.com/043229_personhood_chimpanzees_Nonhuman_Rights_Project.html

US group sues to demand personhood for chimpanzees Friday, December 13, 2013 by: Ethan A. ... Chimpanzees form intimate relationships, families with other chimpanzees Their names were Merlin and Reba, two chimpanzees that were living in "intolerable conditions" at the Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo in Catskill. "...

Why chimpanzees and sentient animals deserve 'nonhuman rights'

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Why chimpanzees and sentient animals deserve 'nonhuman rights' Wednesday, April 29, 2015 by: L.J. ... However the court rules, the legal rights of chimpanzees and other sentient animals is one step closer to being recognized. "...

Medical atrocities routinely committed against chimpanzees in the name of science

https://naturalnews.com/033030_chimpanzees_medical_experiments.html

The question of whether chimpanzees and other primates should be used for biomedical research is an issue that has recently been reinvigorated thanks to 186 chimps at the Alamogordo Primate Facility in New Mexico who are waiting for their verdict of either life in a grassy sanctuary or a life of torture in the name of medical research. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Chimpanzees at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on chimpanzees ...

Chimpanzees found to give birth in much the same way as humans

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Members of the Hominidae family chimpanzees are the closest living relatives to human beings and like us, they have been found to experience emotions and retain memories. ... Satoshi Hirata told BBC news that they had been trying to grow and keep strong relationships with the chimpanzees. "...

Scientists say chimpanzees use language that follows rules similar to ours

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-03-chimpanzees-use-language-similar-to-ours.html

The finding illustrates not only the intelligence of chimpanzees, but the fact that we humans are not as “alone” on this planet as we like to think we are. If chimpanzees could talk, they would probably have a lot to say about what we have done to them and their environment — as virtually every other species on the planet would. "...

More like us than not: Chimpanzees have different cultures, too

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-21-more-like-us-than-we-knew-chimpanzees-have-different-cultures-too.html

More like us than not: Chimpanzees have different cultures, too Wednesday, August 21, 2019 by: Ralph Flores animal behavior , behavioral pattern , biodiversity , chimpanzees , conservation , discoveries , DNA , Eastern chimpanzees , Ecology , ecosystems , Endangered species , environment , extinction , hominins , humans , implements , Pan troglodytes , primates , research , social behavior , termites , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews....

Chimpanzees found to accumulate and transfer cultural knowledge from one generation to the next

https://naturalnews.com/2017-07-29-chimpanzees-found-to-accumulate-and-transfer-cultural-knowledge-from-one-generation-to-the-next.html

However in other groups of chimpanzees wherein one of them was taught how to use the tool, the chimpanzees watched and then imitated the actions of the learned chimpanzee to be able to get a drink from the container. ... The lineage of modern humans and chimpanzees/bonobos split around eight million years ago. "...

Anthrax may wipe out chimpanzees; it is a widespread and persistent cause of death for rainforest mammals

https://naturalnews.com/2017-12-06-anthrax-may-wipe-out-chimpanzees-it-is-a-widespread-and-persistent-cause-of-death-for-rainforest-mammals.html

This pathogen will likely accelerate the extinction of chimpanzees. Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis (Bcbva), a variant of Bacillus anthracis, is a previously unknown type of anthrax bacterium which was found in dead chimpanzees in the rainforests of Taï National Park. ... Chimpanzees spend most of their time on trees, so a plausible vector would be carrion flies spreading the pathogen. "...

Chimpanzees observed by scientists are changing their hunting behavior because they know they're being watched

https://naturalnews.com/2017-06-27-chimpanzees-observed-by-scientists-are-changing-their-hunting-behavior-because-they-know-theyre-being-watched.html

Chimpanzees observed by scientists are changing their hunting behavior because they know they’re being watched Tuesday, June 27, 2017 by: Jhoanna Robinson adaptation , chimpanzees , research , Sonso , Waibira - (Natural News ) Researchers at the University of St Andrews in Scotland have observed that two chimpanzee communities in the Budongo Forest in Uganda have vastly different ways of hunting and sharing the meat of the prey that they hunted. ... Hobaiter said the presence of ...

Even chimpanzees want to be free: Scientists stunned as chimps murder their own tyrannical leader (then eat him)

https://naturalnews.com/2017-02-08-even-chimpanzees-want-to-be-free-scientists-stunned-as-chimps-murder-their-own-tyrannical-leader-then-eat-him.html

Even chimpanzees want to be free: Scientists stunned as chimps murder their own tyrannical leader (then eat him) Wednesday, February 08, 2017 by: Lance D Johnson chimpanzees , freedom , Tyranny - (Natural News ) There are those who will do anything to keep their power so they can rule over others. ... The university studied and followed the group of chimpanzees as far back as 2001. "...

Humans are not the only animals to engage in war - Similar behaviors are seen in chimpanzees, wolves, lions and even ants

https://naturalnews.com/044451_war_chimpanzees_animal_behavior.html

There are two broad categories of behavior that, in humans, may be labeled as "war." ... Like chimpanzees and humans, lions and wolves regularly patrol the perimeters of their territories, confronting and attacking any intruders. "...

It’s part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT justified punishments for antisocial people – does this explain our polarized politics?

https://naturalnews.com/2019-01-20-children-and-chimpanzees-want-justified-punishments.html

It’s part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT justified punishments for antisocial people – does this explain our polarized politics? ... Many of the chimpanzees went out of their way to watch the antisocial zookeeper be punished, opening a heavy door to get a view of it. "...

Like soldiers on patrol, chimps use hand signals to communicate during food hunts

https://naturalnews.com/043621_chimpanzees_hand_signals_primate_communication.html

Scientists have figured out that chimps use gestures and such to communicate with each other during hunts for food. ... This study adds to our understanding of how well chimpanzees can remember and communicate about their environment." "...

Chimp mothers teach their offspring to use moss as drinking sponge in latest example of intelligent, conscious lives of primates

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-29-chimp-mothers-teach-their-offspring-to-use-moss-as-drinking-sponge.html

On this, a few studies have observed the learning of new behavior among chimpanzees kept in captivity. ... Sources include: LiveScience.com DailyMail.co.uk NewScientist.com Previous :You won’t believe what happens to your brain when you eat junk food Next : The humble earthworm may hold the the key to preventing or treating fever - More news on chimpanzees More like us than not: Chimpanzees have different cultures, too Scientists say chimpanzees use language that ...

MRI-based map of squid brains reveal cephalopods are just as smart as dogs

https://naturalnews.com/2022-01-11-cephalopods-as-smart-as-dogs.html

Sources include: MedicalNewsToday.com ScienceAlert.com Previous :Plants use hormones to signal how they should respond to danger – study - More news on animal intelligence MRI-based map of squid brains reveal cephalopods are just as smart as dogs Cows don’t just moo – they also talk about the weather, say scientists Speech therapist teaches her dog how to “talk” – and provides tips for how other dog owners can do the same Giant tortoises can remember their training even after 10 years – study It’s ...

A study of the microbiomes of wild gorillas provides clues to our own health

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-19-a-study-of-the-microbiomes-of-wild-gorillas-provides-clues-to-our-own-health.html

The researchers wanted to compare the gut microbes in both gorillas and chimpanzees with other primates, including humans. ... Sources include: ScienceDaily.com EverydayHealth.com Healthline.com Previous :Aged garlic extract reduces low-grade inflammation in obese people Next : Vitamin E may be a natural remedy for dysmenorrhea - More news on chimpanzees More like us than not: Chimpanzees have different cultures, too Scientists say chimpanzees use language that ...

Federal government limits chimpanzee research

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced in December 2011 that it will apply more stringent standards limiting government-funded experiments on chimpanzees. ... In 2010, the NIH asked the IOM to review the use of chimpanzees in medical research in light of new technologies which provide other options. "...

Yes, they're conscious: Chimpanzee learns how to play paper, scissors, rock with a human child

https://naturalnews.com/2017-09-05-yes-theyre-conscious-chimpanzee-learns-how-to-play-paper-scissors-rock-with-a-human-child.html

Five of seven chimpanzees were able to complete the training after an average of 307 sessions. ... Among all the primates, chimpanzees have been the object of continuous research . "...