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Natural World: The Chimpcam Project (1 of 6)

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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2010

AIred January 27, 2010 on BBC 2 -

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How does a chimpanzee see the world? A research project at Edinburgh Zoo is designed to answer just that question in an innovative new way - by training chimps to use video touch screens and giving them a special chimp-proof camera. How will they react to tools which in evolutionary terms are a few million years ahead of them? As chimp specialist Betsy Herrelko finds out, trying to communicate with chimps using video technology has its trials and tribulations.

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