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6,034. We are so closely related to chimpanzees we share nearly 99% of our DNA with them. (Evolution & Human Being & Chimpanzee & Primate) Alice Roberts, Origins of Us: Bones BBC 2011 1/3
6,035. We have a common ancestor with chimpanzees going back about six or seven million years ago. So I’m here visiting my relatives. (Evolution & Human Being & Chimpanzee & Primate) ibid.
6,049. Our bodies are amazing machines honed over millions of years of evolution. But our basic flesh and bones aren’t that different from our closest ape relatives - chimpanzees ... The striking difference between us and any other species on Earth ... we are creatures of the mind. (Evolution & Human Being & Chimpanzee & Body) Dr Alice Roberts, Origins of Us: Brains BBC 2011 3/3
6,086. The chimpanzees are our closest relatives; that they differ from us only by that 1% of DNA. (Evolution & Chimpanzee & DNA & Human Being) The Human Spark II: So Human, So Chimp, PBS
51,754. Chimps feed on a wide variety of things. (Animals & Chimpanzees) David Attenborough, The Trials of Life II: Growing Up
51,762. Chimpanzees: they hunt in teams. (Animals & Chimpanzees) David Attenborough, The Trials of Life IV: Hunting and Escaping
51,997. Chimps use up to twenty different types of tools. (Animals & Chimpanzees & Tools) 60 Years in the Wild II: Understanding the Natural World, BBC 2012
52,122. A very nimble mind and an inquisitive disposition - and that’s exactly what these chimpanzees have got. (Animals & Mammals & Chimpanzees & Primates) David Attenborough: Life on Earth: Mammals (revised series)
52,123. Chimps live in group of up to fifty. (Animals & Mammals & Chimpanzees & Primates) ibid.
52,124. Grooming has been a crucial influence in the development of chimp behaviour. (Animals & Mammals & Chimpanzees & Primates) ibid.
52,594. If chimpanzees haven’t learnt particular skills by the age of eight they never seem able to acquire them. (Animals & Primates & Chimpanzees) David Attenborough, Life: Primates e10
52,595. Chimpanzees can show great kindness and compassion. Sharing. Experimenting. Empathy. Planning. Intelligence. Teaching. And learning. Behaviour so characteristic of us higher primates. We are the most inventive and innovative of all primates. Just one branch of a large and extended family. A family which has refined the ability to develop and pass on individual learning to the next generation ... A family with which we share so much. (Animals & Primates & Chimpanzees) ibid.
52,191. The most important thing we share is our big brain. (Animals & Mammals & Brain & Chimpanzees & Primates) David Attenborough, The Life of Mammals X: Food for Thought
52,192. Chimpanzees: they are clever, social, political creatures. (Animals & Mammals & Chimpanzees & Primates) ibid.
51,744. Grooming like this has been a crucial influence in the development of chimp behavior. (Animals & Primates & Chimpanzee) David Attenborough, Life on Earth XII: Life in the Trees *****
94,568. Chimpanzees hunt monkeys by using the most complex and intelligent ambush of all. (Animal & Forest & Chimpanzee) David Attenborough, The Hunt III: Hide and Seek (Forests)
111,656. Wild chips use tools in a quite complicated way. (Animal & Chimpanzee) Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities s3e2: Curious Minds
122,349. The family is one of the most powerful forces in nature. Family life is full of wonder, beauty and drama. (Animals & Chimpanzees & Family) David Attenborough, Dynasties I: Chimpanzees, BBC 2018
122,350. In our modern world, ensuring the survival of the next generation is becoming ever more difficult. (Animals & Chimpanzees & Generation) ibid.
122,351. Senegal, West Africa: home to a remarkable troupes of chimpanzees. It gets so hot and dry here, it’s the very limit of where they can survive. This territory is ruled by one strong and determined leader, an alpha male known as David. (Animals & Chimpanzee) ibid.
122,352. He’s surrounded by rivals prepared to kill him for his crown. (Animals & Chimpanzee) ibid.
51,666. I felt so tiny. (Animals & Chimpanzee) Jane Goodall
51,667. When I first began describing brutal aggression there were certain scientists who actually criticized me for publishing it. (Animals & Violence & Chimpanzee) Jane Goodall, televised interview
6,006. It took six months before I could get within a hundred yards. And it was two years before I could make really close-up detailed observations without them being scared. (Animals & Chimpanzee) Jane Goodall, interview Blue Peter 1971
51,669. Jane Goodall fulfilled a childhood ambition when she travelled to Gombe in Tanzania to study the behaviour of wild chimpanzees. (Animals & Chimpanzees) Great Thinkers: In Their Own Worlds 1/3 Human, All Too Human
51,670. Goodall’s revelation came when she observed for the first time chimps making and using tools. (Animals & Chimpanzee & Tools) ibid.
51,671. Goodall noticed other human traits in chimpanzees like affection and grief. But it was her observations of the darker side of chimpanzee life that would be most controversial. Goodall discovered chimps with violent behaviour patterns. (Animals & Violence & Chimpanzees) ibid.
65,267. In 2004 a species of giant chimpanzee called the Billy Ape rumoured to hunt lions and sleep on the ground just like humans was found alive deep in the Congolese jungle. Could Bigfoot be the next species to emerge? (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Chimpanzee) Bigfoot: The Missing Evidence ***** Channel 5 2014
76,610. We share 51% of our genes with yeast and 98% with chimpanzees – it is not genetics that makes us human. (Genetics & Chimpanzee) Dr Tom Shakespeare, University of Newcastle
95,828. We know have a rich supply of intermediate fossils linking modern humans to the common ancestor that we share with chimpanzees. (Evolution & Fossils & Ancestor & Chimpanzee) Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show on Earth p150
95,832. The common ancestor that we share with chimpanzees lived about six million years ago, or a bit earlier. (Evolution & Chimpanzee & Ancestor) ibid. p188