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    The chimpanzee Caesar, gains human-like intelligence and emotions from an experimental drug. Even through he was raised like a child by the scientist, he still hates humans. This movie discusses the ethic problem and mentions human will pay for what they did on…

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    The concept of language, communicating with written or spoken words, is a primary characteristic of humanity. It is one of several characteristics that separates humans from every other animal on Earth, who lack the ability to communicate verbally and instead rely on gestures. In Pierre Boule’s Planet of the Apes, the apes are the species with the ability to communicate verbally with each other using language, while the human species on the planet relies on gestures to communicate similarly to…

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    What did you think of these films? Answer: I loved watching them, especially Koko, it was a rollercoaster ride for my emotions. It was fascinating to see the way Koko and Kanzi, had learned to communicate in the same language that humans do. I keep wondering if more people were as dedicated as Dr. Patterson with this subject, how far we would be today with communicating with other primates. Would these primates eventually be teaching other primates the human language by means of cultural…

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    In the articles, “Chimpanzee Communication” and “Language Development in Chimpanzees and Human Children” from Big History, scientist Jane Goodall talk about how different chimps around the world were taught American Sign Language (ASL) and how they managed to arrange these…

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    Chimpanzees are thought to be the closest living relatives to humans, as they have a similar genetic blueprint, sharing nearly 99 percent of DNA and a common ancestor (the African ape). According to new research published in the National Primatology journal, studies have identified regions of the human genome that have changed the most since chimpanzees (Pan Troglodytes) and humans (Homo Sapiens) have evolved. The recent study conducted by Primatologist Vanessa Mayor and her team of researchers…

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    National Geographic magazine. In the savannah of Northern Africa between eastern Senegal and western Mali scientist Jill Pruetz has observed and recorded nature’s wonder of evolution in a pack of Fongoli Chimpanzees. Ordinarily, you would imagine Chimpanzee swinging around in the high canopy’s of a forest where they would go to sleep and hunt. However, in the Savanah of Northern Africa these chimps have been forced to adapt to a very different environment, one similar to the one believed early…

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    is argued that language does not make humans different because chimpanzees have a similar non-verbal form of communication and there are many examples of animals learning various gestures, words, and their meaning after being taught by humans. “Chimpanzee Communication,” text 5, expresses that, “[chimpanzees’] calls, postures, and gestures, together, add up to a… complex and sophisticated method.” Chimpanzees have a similar non-verbal communication to humans with their variety of meaningful…

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    Jane Goodall Jane Goodall’s study of the chimpanzees really impacted the way we think about different species. She has been so devoted to learning everything she possibly could about chimpanzees. She has lived with them for a couple years. Goodall didn’t have a perfect child hood she had some setbacks in her young life but that didn’t stop her to become a scientist and discover everything she has done. She has found out so many cool and important…

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    Jane Goodall “Small chimps and small children so often behave in the same way in the same context that it seems illogical to suppose that those behaviors are not triggered by similar feelings,” explained Jane (Kowalski). Jane Goodall was born on April 3, 1934 in London, UK and is an ethologist, or studies animal behaviors under its natural conditions. The British ethologist is still living today at the age of 81 (Jane Goodall). Goodall is a prominent scientist within the biological community.…

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    Jane Goodall is not only a famous anthropologist, she is also known for her work as a primatologist, actor, screenwriter, and researcher, but she took a huge interest with animals, especially chimpanzees. Ever since childhood Goodall has shown an interest in animals. By the age of 26 in the year 1960, Goodall traveled to Gombe where she first started her study of chimpanzees.To get to where she is today she worked very hard not just to get to Africa but also to pay for college. “When Goodall…

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