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  • Study: Most Wild Chimps Are Southpaws

    A three-year study of 17 wild chimps in Gombe National Park, Tanzania, found that 12 of them used their left hands when using sticks to probe for termites.

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    Can they pitch?
    The noise was good, but I thought they phoned in a lot of the funk.

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    • #3
      this begs the question: "are southpaws wild chimps?"



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        Polar Bears are southpaws too...

        If only those bastards had opposable thumbs...
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          Originally posted by jhanke@Aug 15 2005, 08:53 PM
          this begs the question: "are southpaws wild chimps?"



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          Yes. Or assholes. Whatever...

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          • #6
            seems like most animals other than humans are left pawed

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