The same brain hormone affects feelings and behaviors in both chimps and humans, causing humans and chimps to share a variety of traits.
We humans tend to focus on the differences between us, even in spite of abundant similarities.
Why are diseases like cancer so common in humans but so rare in chimps?
We talk to our house pets all the time, but wouldn't it be great if your cat could answer you in English?
Want to improve your groove when it comes to the Funky Chicken or the Electric Slide? Maybe you could take a lesson from the birds.
It sounds like the begging of a bad joke, but what does a chimpanzee do when it needs to cross the road?
The question is, do animals do things for other animals without receiving any reward, including food, love, attention?
Dog-human attentiveness may mean that dogs make better subjects to study cognitive skills than primates, even chimpanzees, our closest genetic relatives.
How do animals express their emotions? Find out on this Moment of Science.