Susan Savage-Rumbaugh:
Susan Savage-Rumbaugh à propos des singes qui écrivent

TED2004 · 17:25 · Filmed Feb 2004
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Le travail de Savage-Rumbaugh avec les singes bonobos, qui peuvent comprendre le langage parlé et apprendre certaines tâches par l'observation, oblige le public à réévaluer quelle part de ce que peut faire une espèce est déterminée par la quelle part est liée à l'exposition culturelle.

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Susan Savage-Rumbaugh has made startling breakthroughs in her lifelong work with chimpanzees and bonobos, showing the animals to be adept in picking up language and other "intelligent" behaviors. Full bio
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