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Kanzi (born October 28, 1980), also known by the lexigram , is a male bonobo who has been featured in several studies on great ape language .
by Brenna Lorenz
July 15, 2005 A new study suggests that some birds may have a better grasp of numbers than the average three-year-old child. Researchers have shown that an African gray parrot may comprehend the mathematical concept of zero—an abstract notion that human children rarely understand until around four years of age.
Copyright 1995 The New York Times Company The New York Times June 6, 1995, Tuesday, Late Edition - Final SECTION: Section C; Page 1; Column 1; Science Desk LENGTH: 2199 words Chimp Talk Debate: Is It Really Language? By George Johnson PANBANISHA, a Bonobo chimpanzee who has become something of a star among animal language researchers, was strolling through the Georgia woods with a group of her fellow primates -- scientists at the Language Research Center at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Created by Lauren Kosseff Benjamin Beck(1980) offers a fascinating story about the ingenuity of a crow which lived in his laboratory.
It was one of the biggest breakups in history. More than 40 million years ago, the island continent of Australia snapped free of the vast landmass that included Antarctica and South America and began to drift toward the equator. Cut off from the rest of the world, plant and animal life on the super-island began to go its own way, evolving into forms found nowhere else on earth.