Apes Remember Visual Events - Eye Movements Prove It | Video
By Steve Spaleta |
A chimpanzee and a bonobo show off their memory skills when they are shown a video twice of aggressive behavior (24 hours apart). By following the red dots that represent eye movement of the 'great apes', researchers are able to deduce that they anticipated the aggressive behavior.
credit : Fumihiro Kano, and Kumamoto Sanctuary, Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University