Video: GIANT CHIMP NEW SPECIES HUMAN-SIZED, MYSTERIOUS PART 2 Rise of the Planet of the Apes part of Bonobo's genetic code laid bare

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Leipzig : Germany | 2 years ago
It is the last great ape to have its DNA sequence laid bare, following the chimpanzee, orang-utan and gorilla. Comparisons of all their codes, including the human genome, will shed...
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GIANT CHIMP NEW SPECIES HUMAN-SIZED, MYSTERIOUS PART 2 Rise of the Planet of the Apes

No animals were harmed in the making of this video. They were well cared for and the facility no longer exists. Kermit may be a member of a mysterious newly discovered species of human-sized chimpanzees. He may be the only photographed member in existence and the only one in captivity. The species might be an undiscovered genetic relative of human. It lives in a difficult to reach area. Comparison of Giant Chimpanzee and common chimpanzee. The light faced chimp near the camera in the first view is Daryl, a common chimpanzee. Kermit may be a giant chimpanzee. His appearance differs from most other chimpanzees. Not only is he larger, but his face is somewhat darker. He has a greyish beard. Kermit is very intelligent. Perhaps when he places the yellow chair in front of him (in part 3) and applauds, he is communicating the idea that he understands the situation that he is in. Although Kermit is much larger, Daryl is said to be more dominant. This might suggest that the Giant Chimpanzee has a more docile disposition than the common chimpanzee, which is quite aggressive. Perhaps the Giant Chimpanzee has a personality more closely resembling that of the bonobo. Primatologists have documented a mysterious, new human-like ape. It lives in the northern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (in central Africa). It is highly elusive and lives in difficult to reach areas, thus, little is known about it. It has been reported that these apes, which sometimes walk upright, can stand <b>...</b>
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