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As a friend once told me, “A chimpanzee could have made money in L.A. real estate—and many did.”
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Tell me about your earliest personal interaction with a chimpanzee.
On Wednesday, the collection of pictures by Mikki (pictured above), a chimpanzee, reeled in roughly $75,000 at Sotheby's.
He clung to me like a chimpanzee baby with all four of his weakened limbs.
Again, we have the fact that man possesses normally only twelve ribs, one less than is found in the gorilla and the chimpanzee.
It is shortest in the chimpanzee, somewhat longer in the gorilla, still longer in the orang, and remarkably long in the gibbon.
The chief examples of anthropoid intelligence are told of the chimpanzee, which has been most frequently kept in captivity.
After entering the great primeval forest Mr. Lloyd went west for five days without the sight of a Pygmy.
He journeyed for three weeks in the Pygmy forest and had excellent opportunities for examining its inhabitants.