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Primate Primers

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-05-11 19:00:00
Gibbon: This episode focuses on gibbons, who, as acrobats of the East Asian forests, have revealed a great deal about the early evolution of the ape skeleton.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-05-11 18:00:00
Gibbon: This episode focuses on gibbons, who, as acrobats of the East Asian forests, have revealed a great deal about the early evolution of the ape skeleton.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-05-04 19:00:00
4/10. Orangutan: As the largest tree-dwelling animal in the world, orangutans are superbly adapted to life high up in the rainforest canopy.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-05-04 18:00:00
4/10. Orangutan: As the largest tree-dwelling animal in the world, orangutans are superbly adapted to life high up in the rainforest canopy.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-04-27 19:00:00
3/5. Chimpanzee: Sharing 98% of their genetic makeup with humans, it is easy to see a picture of ourselves reflected in the lives of chimpanzees. But what we see may both fascinate and disturb us.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-04-27 18:00:00
3/5. Chimpanzee: Sharing 98% of their genetic makeup with humans, it is easy to see a picture of ourselves reflected in the lives of chimpanzees. But what we see may both fascinate and disturb us.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-04-20 18:00:00
2/5. Gorilla: We can no longer regard these giants as merely thugs of the forest, and observing gorilla society can tell us much about our own.

> Primate Primers on BBC Four at 2006-04-13 18:00:00
1/5. Bonobo: An intimate look at the 'newest' of the great apes. Hidden for thousands of years in the forests of Central Africa, bonobos are unique among apes in their social organisation.

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