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Bonobos will share with strangers before acquaintances Baby

Bonobos will share with strangers before acquaintances Baby


Bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, prefer to share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know.

Bonobos will share with strangers before acquaintances. by Duke University. bonobo Female Bonobo. Image: Wikipedia.

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The playful pair are one of 60 bonobos at Lola ya Bonobo Sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Scientists believe there are only wild bonobos left ...

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An orphaned bonobo eats sugar cane on March 5, 2013 after being rescued by staff of the "Lola ya bonobo" ("Paradise for Bonobos"), a 35-hectare sanctuary ...

Ride for one: A baby bonobo holds onto its mother's back at Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary at Petites Chutes De La Lukaya, in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Lisa and Belle. “Lisa gave me a look, and it was intentional.

One juvenile bonobo embraces another after the other lost a fight. Credit: Zanna Clay at Òlola ya Bonoboó in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

A Bonobo Ape eating some yummy bamboo. Bonobo's usually eat fruit but sometimes they will splurge on bamboo leaves!

Two baby bonobos.


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In experiment 1, bonobos could release a pin and cause high-hanging fruits to drop within the reach of an unfamiliar bonobo from neighboring groups (A).

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A rescued bonobo holds a baby on March 6, 2013 in an enclosure at the "Lola ya bonobo" ("Paradise for Bonobos"), a 35-hectare sanctuary outside Kinshasa for ...

Bonobos (Pan paniscus) show an attentional bias toward conspecifics' emotions | PNAS

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Belgian Claudine Andre, 67, who has been living in the Democratic Republic of Congo since she is 4 years old, looks at an an orphaned bonobo Kinshasa, ...

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Bonobos groom each other at the Columbus Zoo.

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Chimpanzees Create 'Social Traditions': Unique Handclasp Grooming Behavior Reveals Local Difference (Science Daily)

... first impressions can have big consequences. Our initial gut feelings transform strangers into potential friends, acquaintances into future partners.

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Thinking big: the bonobo, a rare great ape, shares 98.7% of our

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Grooming bonobo - image by Jutta Hof – taken from de Waal's FB

A man walks on March 6, 2013 past the entrance of the "Lola ya bonobo" ("Paradise for Bonobos"), a sanctuary outside Kinshasa for bonobos saved from illegal ...

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One female bonobo rests her hand on another's shoulder.

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To evolutionary psychologists, the noise made by gorillas, chimps and bonobos when you tickle their feet is no laughing matter.

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Close primate cousins with whom we share 99 percent of our DNA, bonobos will help strangers even when there is no immediate payback, and without having to ...


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Baby western lowland gorilla Kibibi grasps at her mother, Mandara, as she nurses. Unlike Batang, Mandara is an experienced mother who gives milk easily and ...

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Worship is pure or base as the worshipper entertains high or low thoughts of God.”

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A mother bonobo with her child. (Takeshi Furuichi)

A mother kisses her child

Bonobos, Pan paniscus, chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes, and marmosets, Callithrix jacchus, prefer to feed alone - ScienceDirect

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The Company of Strangers: A Natural History of Economic Life

This is an historical novel with wonderful period detail, and by the end you could say that it's not the house that is haunted, but the people in it.


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... and in the photo, their mother, surrounded by her husband and her young son, is smiling serenely and holding just one baby. Who is the child, ...

Bonobo's Simon Green could have easily gone the route of many other highly accessible electronic musicians and just loaded his next album with features.