Sunday, 4 December 2016

Chimpanzees recognize each other’s butts the way we recognize faces

Chimpanzees recognize each other’s butts the way we recognize faces

For chimpanzees, it’s all about the butt. You won’t find a female chimp going “My eyes are up here,” as it turns out that chimps often tell each other apart based on their behinds. Their brains even process butts in the same way that we process faces.

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