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Tara Stoinski, chief scientist of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, answers your questions about primates from Twitter. Why do gorillas pound on their chest? How do apes communicate with one another? Why do chimpanzees have wars? Are there social hierarchies within primate groups? Answers to these questions and many more await—it's Ape Support.

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Director: Lisandro Perez-Rey

Director of Photography: Chris Marshall

Editor: Richard Trammell

Expert: Tara Stoinski

Line Producer: Joseph Buscmie

Associate Producer: Paul Gulyas

Production Manager: Peter Brunette

Casting Producer: Nicholas Sawyer

Camera Operator: George Zelasko

Sound Mixer: Lee Bailey

Production Assistant: Trent Barfield

Post Production Supervisor: Christian Olguin

Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant

Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

Additional Editor: Jason Malizia

Assistant Editor: Justin Symonds

00:00 Ape Support

00:11 Chest Beat

01:11 Bonobos

01:43 Primates

02:38 Communication

03:25 Planet of the Apes

04:17 Smiling

05:19 Two Foreheads

06:02 Attacks

06:57 Chimpanzee Wars

07:34 King Kong

08:19 New World vs Old World

09:46 Orangutans

11:03 Monogamy

11:49 Gibbons

12:22 Ripped Gorillas

13:27 Social Hierarchies

14:25 Primate Culture

15:14 Slow Loris

15:35 Farts

15:56 Prehensile Tail

16:37 Numerical Order

17:37 Spear Hunting

18:58 Life Span

19:14 Sadness

19:52 Endangered Species

20:49 Dian Fossey

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