English Explorer is a motivating new four-level series for young learners, with a strong international focus. The supersmart chimpanzees of the new movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes may exist only on the silver screena€”but in real life, great apes are still brainiacs of the animal kingdom.Evidence for ape intelligence got a major boost in the 1960s in Gombe, Tanzania, when Jane Goodall observed chimpanzees using a twig to "fish" for ants (pictured in a file photo)a€”the first documentation of wild chimps making and using tools. Francine "Penny" Patterson (left), using American Sign Language, asks the gorilla Koko if she is hungry on May 21, 1976.
Ape researcher Jill Pruetz holds a spear made by a chimpanzee in 2007.Pruetz, who receives funding from he National Geographic Society's Committee for Research and Exploration, was part of a team in Senegal that made the first ever scientific observations of chimpanzees making and using tools to hunt other mammals. The chimpanzee Ayumu begins a memory test with numerals jumbled on a touch screen in 2007.Researchers at theA Primate Research Institute in Kyoto, Japan, pitted young chimpanzees against human adults in two tests of short-term memory.

Scientists who filmed the rare spider-tailed viper in the wild have unlocked the secret of its bizarre tail. Tiger range countries are on their way to their goal of doubling the animal's population, but challenges remain. In this weeka€™s crime blotter: a bust gone wrong, a butterfly smuggling ring, and a scooter pangolin heist. Features different people, animals, and places each month with facts, games, activities, and related links. Introducing LEGO® Games, the world’s first collection of games that you build, play, and change.

Discovery Kids inspires kids to explore the awesome world around them and satisfy their curiosity with innovative games, activities, quizzes and articles. It combines a communicative approach to learning English with stunning National Geographic images, video, and content.Student's Book includes:* Vocabulary Explorer ? The behavior, documented in a 2005 study in the journal PLoS Biology, was the first evidence that wild gorillas use tools.Previously, chimpanzees, bonobos, and orangutans had all been observed using tools.

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