Why are diseases like cancer so common in humans but so rare in chimps?
For years, scientists have investigated why gorillas and chimpanzees walk on their knuckles. In 2018, researchers from Case Western may have found an answer.
Chimpanzees may care for the bodies of their deceased relatives.
Smooching feels good, of course, but couples first started swapping saliva as a way to test out genetic compatibility.
Dogs have been genetically encoded to understand human behavior.
The same brain hormone affects feelings and behaviors in both chimps and humans, causing humans and chimps to share a variety of traits.
Haven't we all been on an elevator and noticed that just about everyone stops talking when they get on?
We talk to our house pets all the time, but wouldn't it be great if your cat could answer you in English?