Chimps are People too

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Science, Nature Documentary hosted by Danny Wallace and published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Horizon series in 2006 - English narration

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Danny Wallace is on a mission to convince the world that chimps are people too. He believes the time has come to make our hairy relatives part of the family. Our primate brethren share 99.4% of our crucial DNA and are more closely related to us than they are to gorillas. This being so, should they be afforded the same rights as people?

The reason for this scientific showdown is simple. If chimps can communicate, cook and reason, then how different are they to humans? Armed with the latest scientific evidence, Danny travels the globe to quiz primatologists, philosophers and animal rights lawyers to investigate whether or not chimps should be classed as people.

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Video Bitrate: 1914 KB/s
Video Codec: XviD
Resolution: 688 x 384
Aspect Ratio: 1.79:1
Framerate: 25 FPS (74095 Frames)
Quality Factor: 0.289 B/px
Audio Bitrate: 192 KB/s (CBR)
Audio Codec: MP3
Channels: 2 Ch @ Sampling Rate: 48000 Hz
Subs: NO (TV Cap)
Total Size: ~ 745 MB
Length: 00:49:24
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