Orangutans, chimpanzees and bonobos are the nearest relatives of humans in the primate world, and like us, they can tell when a person is wrong in their beliefs.
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Lions, chimpanzees, giraffes, leopards and a wide variety of sharks received added protection at a U.N. wildlife conference in the Philippines, organisers said Saturday.Lions, leopards and chimpanzees were singled out as needing more conservation work.The giraffe, which is in decline throughout Africa with fewer than 90,000 animals left in the wild, was also listed.Other animals that were listed were three species of shark including the whale shark, the largest fish in the world.
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