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bonobo

(bə-nō′bō, bŏn′ə-bō′)
n. pl. bono·bos
A species of chimpanzee (Pan paniscus) found only in the Congo River basin of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, having black hair and a more slender build than the common chimpanzee (P. troglodytes). Also called pygmy chimpanzee.
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Since bonobos and chimpanzees share 98% of their genetic makeup with humans, researchers pay close attention to their behavior--and its relevance to humans.
Second, Bonobo could serve not only as a teaching tool but perhaps even a role model.
Bonobos' first reaction to # MeToo was to quickly huddle with Observatory to discuss how it should communicate with its core consumer group in the wake of the global movement, especially in a way that didn't make the brand look like it was jumping on the bandwagon, according to PRWeek.
Francine Burk, a recent MacArthur winner, has decided to share her award with The Foundation, which houses orangutans, chimps, and bonobos for animal research.
When Mr Rogers told viewers of his beloved children's TV show to "look for the helpers," bonobos clearly weren't paying attention.
While most animals hang out with others who are friendly and nice, bonobos tend to pick the jerks to chill with, a new study has found.
The retailers concept seeks to disrupt how consumers buy sofas, similar to e-commerce-driven category disrupters such as Warby Parker or Bonobos. Rob Royer, Interior Defines founder and CEO, was in fact "hire number two" at Bonobos, serving as the director of customer relationship management.
NYT New York Wal-Mart has agreed to acquire the men's clothing company Bonobos for $310 million.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 16, 2017-Walmart to Acquire Online Menswear Firm Bonobos for USD 310m