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Chimpanzee vs. Human Child Learning

Chimpanzee vs. Human Child Learning
A brief, interesting clip from National Geographic's "Ape Genius" documentary, comparing how a chimpanzee learns when compared with human children.


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Posted by Tibor on November 20, 2011
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