Jane Goodall Answers Our "Silly" QuestionsRich Juzwiak · 04/18/14 09:45AM
Vegas Cops Shoot Mysterious Chimps That Appeared from Nowhere Before We Can Ask Where They Came FromCaity Weaver · 07/12/12 02:50PM
Woman Mauled by Chimp Reveals Her New FaceBrian Moylan · 08/11/11 12:33PM
This is the Weirdest Chimp Video You Will Ever SeeEmily Chen · 09/01/10 03:55PM
If you've ever wondered what TV would be like if Planet of the Apes really happened? Maybe it would have looked something like this nonsensical video.
Scientists Create First Robot With Emotions (Also, It Can Dance)Max Read · 08/08/10 09:17PM
New Study Shows Chimpanzees Go to War Over TerritoryMax Read · 06/21/10 09:42PM
Chimp Rocks the SegwayAllison Oldfather · 01/29/10 10:30AM
Watch this chip careen around a park on a Segway chased by a man in a matching outfit.
First Movie Shot by Chimps Lacks Visual Style, Depth, and Ability to Work a CameraMike Byhoff · 01/25/10 02:45PM
In this preview clip, BBC America took what was probably the most usable minute of footage and slapped it into their preview. And in exactly zero of these shots did the chimps think to use a tripod, focus the lens, or even take some quick establishing shots. Instead it just looks like a Michael Bay movie.
Chimps Plotting Our DoomPareene · 03/09/09 02:02PM
Chimp Lady Predictably Sad, CrazyPareene · 02/18/09 11:20AM
The Beginning Of The End Of Chimps In AdsHamilton Nolan · 11/10/08 05:10PM
Is this the end of monkey ads? The nonprofit Ad Council—which makes all those famous public service ads you see everywhere—has agreed not to use any more "great apes" in its ads. No chimpanzees or orangutans! Not only that, but the CEOs of dozens of major advertisers and ad agencies sit on the Ad Council's board, and PETA is promising to urge all of them to stop with the ape ads, too. Kiss your precious CareerBuilder monkeys goodbye!
Damnable Monkeys Now Using Firearms!ian spiegelman · 07/25/08 07:32PM
I am deeply concerned that my weekday colleagues are now in league with the monkey threat to civilization, as they conveniently ignored this disturbing report of chimps easily disarming humans in order-I am certain-to stock their burgeoning monkey army with firearms. "A chimp in Japan escaped the sweltering confines of his cage, and a zookeeper with a tranquilizer gun proved no match for this feisty animal. The zookeeper can be seen peeking his head and rifle over the ledge of the roof on which the chimp was resting before quickly crouching down, sensing the chimp had noticed him. The chimp pounced on the ledge, grabbing the barrel of the zookeeper's tranquilizer gun and snatching it away, leaving the poor human defenseless. Score one for the apes." Score one indeed. Terrifying video after the jump.
Is Rachel Bilson Feeling Guilty About This Monkey?Sheila · 03/03/08 10:44AM
Former O.C. and current Jumper actress Rachel Bilson is complaining in Nylon about the chimp dressed as a Santa for website College Humor's last Christmas party: "Maybe I overreacted because I was too tired, but it made me so mad! All these people were drunk and taking pictures, and it was horrible!" It was a pretty white-trashy stunt, but it's hard to come up with new ways to throw money around sometimes. A December Page Six item says that Bilson actually "jumped the half-hour line" to get her picture taken with the chimp, but College Humor co-founder Ricky Van Veen says, "She didn't cut the line. She and her friend were leaving the party, so i brought them to the front of the line for a quick look. She was really nice to everybody." The chimp, who goes by the name of Louie, was unavailable for comment. Update! Louie's latest career move &mdash starring in a Human Giant comedy video &mdash after the jump! He is hilar.