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Chimps Will Share Their Lunchbut Only If They Like You

Chimps Will Share Their Lunchbut Only If They Like You

Chimpanzees have a lot to gain from climbing the social ladder. It now appears that lower-ranking male chimps strengthen bonds with their friends in high places by alerting them to some good eats.

December 20, 2013 — Cynthia McKelvey

El mono ve y el mono habla

Científicos usan el lenguaje y la lógica para traducir los sonidos de los monos al inglés y desarrollar reglas lingüísticas para dialectos de primates.

January 6, 2015

Old World monkeys of choice

There have never been enough primates on Tet Zoo. That isn't because I'm not interested in primates, nor because I don't think about primates, or look at primates, that much… in fact, I probably think about, and look at, primates more than I do any other group of animals… it's simply because - as is [...]

May 28, 2014 — Darren Naish

Monkey See, Monkey Speak

Scientists use language and logic to translate monkey sounds into English and develop linguistic rules for primate dialects.

December 19, 2014 — Joshua A. Krisch