Cha-cha-chimp? Ape study suggests urge to dance is prehuman
Chimpanzees seen clapping, tapping and swaying along to piano rhythms in a music booth
Akira stands up and sways about. Pal is big on clapping. Ai is into tapping her foot, while Gon bangs and slaps the walls.
Not the latest teen band sensation, but a spectacle far more impressive: the moves of a group of chimpanzees that scientists believe shed light on the prehistoric origins of human dancing.