"Males display all the time for a number of different reasons, but when there's a big thunderstorm approaching, they do this real exaggerated display — it's almost like slow motion," Pruetz said. "And when I was with this one party of chimps, the dominant male did the same sort of thing, but it was towards the fire, so I call it the fire dance."Quote from an MSNBC piece on how chimps understand fire.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
We're All Primates
What thunderstorms are approaching in our realm?