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Payment before arrival via bank transfer is required.The property will contact you after you book to provide instructions.The local De Stentor newspaper wrote: 'Apenheul wants to know if female orangutans like Samboja, looking at pictures on a tablet, can show a preference for potential mates, before they are flown to the Netherlands.' To better understand their emotions, orangutans and bonobos at the Apenheul Primate Park near the central town of Apeldoorn are shown pictures of other apes, and researchers evaluate their responses -- from neutral to aggressive, the park said'Often, animals have to be taken back to the zoo they came from without mating,' Thomas Bionda, a behavioural biologist at the zoo, told Dutch broadcaster NOS.'Things don't always go well when a male and a female first meet.'The team is looking to find out what the primates may be looking for in a partner.Initial results indicate that bonobos, an endangered ape species, react most strongly to photos showing positive behaviours, such as sexual activity or searching for lice, the park said.'The study shows that primates pay attention to the emotions of their peers,' the park said.ECR Groot Stokkert includes rooms with a private terrace and free Wi-Fi in public areas.Set in a historic building overlooking IJssel River, De Vischpoorte offers rooms and apartments with free Wi-Fi, interactive TV with pay-per-view films and DVD player.Today, they are separated by a geographical barrier - the Congo River.
Genetic data have shown that chimps and bonobos diverged from one another later, forming two separate groups around 2 million years ago.
The latest study reveals a number of interbreeding events in the past which have left their genetic trace in the animals' genomes today.
Some chimps may inherit as much as 1% of their genes from bonobos.
'We now know, for example, that bonobos use body language to recognise emotions.'According to Bionda, emotion is a critical aspect on an evolutionary level, and the ability to interpret it correctly can mean an animal's survival.
For now, however, researchers have had to halt the tests with the orangutans after the tablets proved no match for Samboja's strength.