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Article 9 The Mind of the Chimpanzee

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Article 9: The Mind of the Chimpanzee By: Jane Goodall - The scientific community used to ignore the fact that chimpanzees are sentient beings o The idea that anything but a human could be capable of intellect similar to our own was absurd to them, something that made us less human o They used to refer to chimps as numbers and call them it, instead of giving them pronouns o Anyone who has lived with a pet or who has observed chimps in the wild can all agree that they are capable of developing their intellect and their minds are very similar to our own - If chimps are so similar that we use them for our biological experiments, why is it so hard to believe that they possess the same intellectual potential?
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