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the bonobo, our closest relative. they don't solve issues with violence like us and the chimpanzee; rather they just trade intercourse.

Baby Bonobo (The bonobo is one of the most rare and intelligent animals in the world. They are a similar size to a chimpanzee, but bonobos are more slender and have smaller heads and smaller ears). Bonobos are found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa.

Chimpanzees are our closest relatives, with whom we share 99 percent of our DNA. We are more closely related to chimps than chimps are to gorillas. Humans didn't evolve "from" chimps. Rather both species evolved from separate ape like species. Those who coined the term "evolved from" chimps or monkeys, or those who still don't differenciate between apes and monkeys are highly misinformed.

Bonobo societies are matriarchal, female-dominated, controlled and led, and the entire focus of the social group seems to be on the maternal or female role of nurturing infants.

Bonobot uikuttavat turhautumistaan ihmisten tavoin aivan kuin tämä kiipeilysuorituksessaan epäonnistunut poikanen.

the mother loves this baby!!!

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This picture always makes me smile. :)

Bonobos are not ordinary animals, mammals, primates, or monkeys! Bonobo is our closest cousin.DNA similarities between man and the Bonobo primates is an incredible 99.5%.Yes, just so, almost the same. Bonobo is more like a man and closer to a gorilla. And just one more thing, do not mix Bonobos and Chimpanzees, as many people do in the dark.Bonobos need only hair, to be homonides.

Likemba, Zoo Berlin's baby Bonobo. Only defined as a separate species in 1929, Bonobos differ from chimps largely for their more peaceful and easy going social dynamics.