- National Geographic
Goodall discovered that like humans, these apes have individual personalities and show affection. Chimpanzees have found out to be capable of displaying emotion and are equipped with strong social relationships within their tribes. These discoveries have concluded that humans and chimpanzees have great similarities beyond genes, which can be seen through their capacity to depict emotion. Despite their friendly behaviors, Goodall also learned that they can be very dangerous. These apes have the tendency to be very violent which can sometimes result to cannibalism.
- Reign Gonzales