In Iowa of all places, scientists claim that some primates (bonobos) can understand English and can use symbols to communicate answers and thoughts...
The Great Ape Trust in Des Moines, Iowa, is home to seven bonobos -- a close relative of the chimpanzee -- and three orangutans. But if you think Iowa might be a strange place for them to live, don't say it out loud … these apes understand English.
Look, it's cool that these animals can push the pretty colored buttons but they're still just animals. You can teach chickens, which along with global-warming activists are perhaps the stupidest of all life-forms, to push a pretty colored button to get a kernel of corn or a drink of water. This blurring of the line between humans and animals has a logical conclusion, which is for animal rights nuts to confer human status to animals with all the rights that it implies.
I don't care how many tricks you teach it, it's still just an animal.
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Here's an animal pushing the pretty colored buttons...even he is smarter than global-warming activists.