Learn to Speak Primate

Non-human primate, that is.

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Ape actor Peter Elliott shares his knowledge of chimpanzee and gorilla vocabulary and facial expressions.

via IMDb:

Peter Elliott is the film industry's primary primate. He both as a performer, in films like Missing Link and The Island of Doctor Moreau, and as a choreographer of other performers, as in Gorillas in the Mist and Congo. He also teaches animal study at London's Central School of Speech and Drama.

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