Kirsty Graham🚨OUR NEW REVIEW PAPER OUT IN @RSocPublishing 🚨 with Claudia Wilke, @NicoleLahiff , and Katie Slocombe #SlocombeLab
Taking a critical look at the criteria used for intentional communication, and asking how we can validate the criteria themselves
Although conflicts between groups over valuable resources are common in the animal kingdom, an individual's strategy toward out‐group individuals may differ according to the benefits and ...
Kirsty GrahamBonobo inter-group encounters are bizarre and complicated, and Nahoko Tokuyama does the most amazing research on them! This paper has a lot of neat findings, but my fave is that female bonobos sometimes form coalitions with members of other groups 😱😍
A few days ago Kazakh police detained a young man holding a poster in Abay Square in Oral, Western Kazakhstan. The poster, however, was blank, and Aslan Sagutdinov was later released without charged. Apparently the authorities could not agree what...
Zanna Clay aims to raise £1,000.00 for bonobosUK, by taking part in a Lake District Marathon for the bonobos! from the 25th April 2019 until the 25th June 2019.
Kirsty Graham.@zannaclay is going to be running a very hilly very intense marathon to raise money for @Lola_ya_Bonobo so if you're able to make a donation to support bonobo conservation, click here
I filmed this video at Tangkoko, North Sulawesi, Indonesia while conducting research on wild, habituated Sulawesi black crested macaques, also known as Yaki....
Kirsty GrahamA few people have asked if they can use the python video in their lectures or share it with colleagues who aren't on Twitter, so I've uploaded the video to Youtube. Go forth and teach the students the art of video commentary!
Author summary Bonobos and chimpanzees are closely related members of the great ape family, and both species use gestures to communicate. We are able to deduce the meaning of great ape gestures by looking at the ‘Apparently Satisfactory Outcome’...
We present a study of skeletal damage to four chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) infanticide victims from Gombe National Park, Tanzania. Skeletal analysis may provide insight into the adaptive significance of...
Kirsty GrahamWhen chimps eat monkeys they completely consume them but when they eat chimp infants there are some bones left 🐵💀1/2