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These apes supposedly have inordinate amounts of sex and never fight. Can this appealing story really be true? Reputation: Bonobos are miniature, sharing, caring chimps, living in hippie communes with no aggression and lots of sex. Reality: Not really. Bonobos are roughly the same size as chimps, can be aggressive and use sex in very specific contexts. Bonobos Pan paniscus used to be known as "pygmy chimpanzees", a designation that served to distinguish them from regular chimps Pan troglodytes. But the difference in body size is small — only a matter of a few kilograms — and it certainly is not the most interesting difference between the species. Takayoshi Kano was one of the first to document the central position of females in bonobo society.
Some families go on road trips. Other families go on road trips where monkeys end up messing with the commute. I'm not really sure how to get in on this magic, but as cool as it sounds, it did look rather inconvenient for the driver. Ever empathetic, the couple's 2-year-old son Hugo chimed in with his input, and this little boy's hilarious reaction to a monkey on the roof of the car is pretty much solid parenting in a nutshell.