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Photo Essay: An urban safari on the coast of Spain Special

Fuengirola - It is so easy to forget that a whole different world exists just around the corner in the popular Spanish seaside resort of Fuengirola. Every now and then I have to remind myself by visiting yet again.
Digital Journal Report by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Santino the chimp's stone-throwing tactical war on zoo visitors

A chimp whose behavior gained attention of researchers and earned him notoriety among zoo visitors is back in the news. Santino recently demonstrated what seems evidence of a nonhuman species deploying premeditated tactics in aggressive confrontation.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

Can a chimp beat scientists in 2010 hurricane predictions? Special

Washington - NOAA's track record in predicting the number of Atlantic hurricanes is so abysmal that a trained chimp could do better, says The National Center for Public Policy Research, and they're putting him to the test in storm, climate and weather predictions.
Digital Journal Report by Kim I. Hartman - 5 comments

Chimp saw female zookeeper as ‘sex object’

In Russia, a female zookeeper was violently attacked by a lonely sex-starved chimp who she reportedly claimed was trying to rape her.
In the Media by Subhabrata Das - 11 comments

Not a Single Sighting of Moe the Chimp

Search continues for Moe the Chimp who seems to have just vanished into the thicket of Devore. The door is closing on the hope he is found alive.
In the Media by Sandie Freeman - 8 comments

Washoe, The First Signing Chimp Has Died

Washoe, the female chimp who was the first to learn sign language has died. Washoe lived at the Central Washington University's Ellensburg campus in 1980. She had a vocabulary of about 250 words in sign language.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 2 comments

Forbidden fruit: Chimp ladies love it

Pilfered fruit that is boldly plucked under the farmer's gaze may be the secret to stolen love, at least for wild male chimpanzees and their consorts, according to British researchers.
In the Media by RobotGod - 2 comments

Hiasl, a 26 Year Old Chimpanzee In Legal Battle - "He Is A Person" Activists Declare

The protection of one's legal rights is an important issue. Those rights include the right to own property, to not be tortured or denied shelter. Seems reasonable enough - until you discover Hiasl is a Chimpanzee.
In the Media by Pamela Jean - 5 comments

Who Knocked Up Teresa? - A Maury Povich Mystery in The Chimpanzee Community!

In what could be described as a story ripped from the pages of The Maury Povich Show, Teresa, a female chimp living in a retirement community for the aged, has turned up with a newborn baby? But, who is the Baby Daddy? All of the males had been sterilized
In the Media by Pamela Jean - 7 comments

Chimps More Evolved Than Humans

Have our ape ancestors come further than us in terms of evolution?
In the Media by Bob Norman - 24 comments
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Silvia  a 41-year-old blind chimp in Tenerife s Loro Parque Zoo has had her vision restored after un...
Silvia, a 41-year-old blind chimp in Tenerife's Loro Parque Zoo has had her vision restored after undergoing a human-like cataract operation.

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