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Title Chimps are people too / directed by Dick Taylor ; produced by Dick Taylor and the British Broadcasting Corporation
Published London : British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 2006


Description 1 online resource (49 min.)
Series Horizon ; series 43, episode 2
VAST: Academic Video Online
Summary Observed chimpanzee behaviour shows how chimp societies have recognisable human parallels. Psychological experiments show how chimps think like us. Indeed, recent research suggests that they should be reclassified under the human genus. That classification could have an enormous impact: no more experiments on chimps; no chimps in zoos; no exploitation of any kind. It could even imply that chimps should have human rights. The closer research suggests that we are to each other, the bigger our moral dilemma becomes. Horizon looks at the science and the issues surrounding this controversial revelation
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 9, 2013)
This edition in English
Subject Bonobo -- Behavior
Bonobo -- Genetics
Bonobo -- Psychology
Chimpanzees -- Behavior
Chimpanzees -- Genetics
Chimpanzees -- Psychology
Human beings.
Pan troglodytes (species)
Homo sapiens (species)
Bonobo -- Behavior.
Bonobo -- Psychology.
Chimpanzees -- Behavior.
Chimpanzees -- Psychology.
Human beings.
Genre/Form Documentary television programs.
Documentary television programs.
Documentaires télévisés.
Form Streaming video
Author Taylor, Dick (Director)
Wallace, Danny.
British Broadcasting Corporation.