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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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Schulman skillfully engages the reader in the world of the bonobos, the growing affection between Burk and Stotts, and examinations of how nature mercilessly tests human wills.
In a study to find out how similar bonobos were to us, Duke University scientists studied adult bonobos at Lola ya Bonobo Sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Bonobos may also possess some chimp DNA, but most of the gene flow that researchers can detect appears to have been from bonobos into chimps.
Bonobo and Friend in Concert A BONOBO nicknamed Bobo plays the oboe virtuoso to a LOBO, fellow hobo, while the Lobo in a solo with a mojo magic elbow plays a slow bow to Bonobo.
Twycross Zoo is a partner of the Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP), a United Nations initiative committed to ensuring the long-term survival of chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos and orang-utans in their habitats in Africa and Asia.
Dr Clay, who carried out the research in conjunction with the University of Neuchatel in Switzerland, travelled to Congo to study the bonobos in their native setting.
Wild bonobos |have been found to make calls that need context to be understood, according to reaearchers at the University of Birmingham
This assessment is a major step towards addressing the substantial information gap regarding the conservation status of bonobos across their entire range," said lead author Dr.
Unlike the common chimpanzee, bonobos establish social bonds and diffuse tension or aggression with sexual behaviors.
THESE fantastic images show just how much the bonobos wanna be like you ooh ooh.