Sandra the orangutan sits in her enclosure at an eco-park, formerly the Palermo zoo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A new study shows apes may be almost as good as humans at anticipating behavior.
Sandra the orangutan sits in her enclosure at an eco-park, formerly the Palermo zoo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A new study shows apes may be almost as good as humans at anticipating behavior. Natacha Pisarenko Associated Press
Sandra the orangutan sits in her enclosure at an eco-park, formerly the Palermo zoo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A new study shows apes may be almost as good as humans at anticipating behavior. Natacha Pisarenko Associated Press

Apes prove it: You don’t have to be human to understand what someone else is thinking

October 07, 2016 12:55 AM

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