This isn't an early April fool.
Orangutans are among humans’ closest relatives, sharing up to 97 per cent of our genes. Now we have something else in common
With the American Presidential Inauguration Day now upon us, here are 6 reasons why we don't need 'em.
Scientists thought the skill was unique to humans.
The ability to distinguish between reality and what someone else thinks is reality has long been considered a uniquely human
Whilst I will always argue that the motivation for asking such questions should be in the interests of the animals who we exploit, I don't think it hurts for me to make my next point. Which is, unless we can put aside our arrogance and realise we must exist alongside, rather than in control of, other species, chances are we'll be joining the endangered list soon enough ourselves.
flickr | Dick Culbert Primates as pets Primates simply aren't pets. The RSPCA are running a campaign to ban primates being
A scientific study from Oxford University made an interesting discovery about macaque monkeys, their brains and its relation to their position in the social hierarchy. According to the study, monkeys seem to have specialised brains that indicates whether they are a leader or a follower...
Apparently, US copyright law means that "non-human authors" do not have the right to automatic copyright of any photographs that they take. In the weird world of copyright, both an underlying image and subsequent alterations resulting in a final image are needed to have copyright bestowed on a person.
Science has just killed bigfoot. A new study of supposed hair samples of the North American and Himalayan mythical beast