The clip, entitled "It Got Grandma" has racked up hundreds of thousands of views just hours after it was uploaded on Youtube.
This discovery provides clues to the evolution of human speech and suggests that our fundamental language started to evolve as early as 25 million years ago.
A new research from the University of Vienna has revealed that the vocal tract of non-human primates such as monkeys and apes are designed for talking but their brains are not wired for it.
A team of engineers from UC Berkeley has built a tiny robot with the highest recorded robotic vertical jumping agility. The new technology could aid in rescue and search operations during disasters in urban areas.
A baby aye-aye lemur, perhaps one of the creepiest animals in the world, graces the ZSL London zoo for the first time since its birth on July 1.
New study suggests that tarsiers belongs to the branch in the primate evolutionary tree that leads to humans and monkeys.
Does captivity make monkeys more human-like? While there is not much evidence to prove this, findings from a recent research has given light to the speculations by showing that the microbiomes in monkeys' guts become more human-like if they are kept in captivity.
A new study reveals that apart from humans, orangutans can also make decisions on things by using prior experiences.