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Why Conservatives Are Less Evolved Than Gorillas
Thinker, Author, Explorer
Animals don't have to be told that part of the responsibility of being a dog or a whale is taking care of members of their family. So -- what is standing in the way of human compassion?
This New App Will Change The Way You Think About Thinking
Talk your way through life's daily stressors with this handy tool.
A New App That Will Change the Way You Think About Thinking
Part social media platform, part cognitive behavioral therapy tool, Koko is an app that allows people to post their deepest anxieties and fears to a network of anonymous peers. These peers then respond to the posts in an exercise known as cognitive reframing.
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This Smartphone App Is Here To Help You Fight Stress
This is way better than Candy Crush.
Watch As Koko The Gorilla Falls In Love With A Box Full Of Kittens
The famous ape has a sign-language vocabulary of more than 1,000 words.
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Apes May Be Much Closer To Human Speech Than We Realized
Scientists studying Koko the gorilla witnessed a range of remarkable vocal behaviors.
Do Wild Baboons Kidnap Puppies... and Keep Them As Pets?
The New Science of Human-Animal Relationships
Largely because of Facebook, the baboon-dog YouTube video has gone viral. I was certainly haunted by it, particularly because it undercuts my contention that only humans keep pets.
Lady Leshurr Talks Touring, 2012, and the Real Meaning of "Lego"
Likes music and ice cream
Lady Leshurr, who has been previously dubbed as the UK's female version of Busta Rhymes, performed at SB.TV's first live event at Koko in London this week.
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