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Bonobo female walking, Pan paniscus, Native to Democratic Republic of Congo

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Staring into the camera, they appear to be baring their soul. These intimate portraits of apes at Frankfurt Zoo reveal a side of the animals rarely seen.

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Animal of the day – 12/06/2011 – The Bonobo

Animal of the day – – The Bonobo

Two bonobos living in an Iowa sanctuary have made stone tools resembling those used by our ancestors. The tools hint at untapped cognitive reserves in humanity’s close relatives, who perhaps should be seen less as great apes than early humans.

Video: Tool-Making Bonobos Give Glimpse of Human Origins

Bonobos documented for first time using ancient pre-agricultural tools, breaking bones, and using spears as attack weapons -- ScienceDaily

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AWF – Check out the Bonobo!

funnywildlife: “ The bonobo was the last great ape to be discovered by science and, along with the chimpanzee, is man’s closest relative. Bonobos are known for their extraordinary peacefulness, and.

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Bonobo juvenile laughing, Pan paniscus, Native to Congo (DRC)

Bonobos were described as a subspecies of chimpanzee in 1929 but identified as a separate species in 1933. They are still the least understood of the great apes.

Bonobos were described as a subspecies of chimpanzee in 1929 but identified as a separate species in They are still the least understood of the great apes. Photo by Michael Kane

Ape portraits from Frankfurt zoo by Volker Gutgessel

Monkey see, monkey do: The remarkably human faces pulled by our primate cousins

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