Latest Tetsuro Matsuzawa Stories
As Apple has reminded us recently, when a new device comes out – many people in our culture scramble to start using it right away. That phenomenon – of a new tool spreading around within a group – has now been seen in chimpanzees for the first time.
As humans, we tend to take great pride in our position at the top of the food chain. A new study from CalTech, however, shows that, when it comes to competition, we might not rank as high as our cousins, the chimps.
People don't always do as their neighbors do, and the same is true of neighboring chimpanzees.
While both humans and chimpanzees start out life with key portions of their brains underdeveloped, the rapid growth in these cognitive and decision-making areas that occur in human children are not characteristic of young chimps.
Two studies in the April 27th issue of Current Biology, a Cell Press publication, offer rare glimpses into the ways that chimpanzees deal with the deaths of those closest to them.
A University of Calgary archaeologist who is one of the few researchers in the world studying the material culture of human beings' closest living relatives â€“ the great apes
During an upcoming episode of Britainâ€™s â€˜Extraordinary Animalsâ€ program, viewers will be able to see an ape defeat 2004 World Memory Championship winner Ben Pridmore.