1. On the Chimpanzees and their Relationship to the Gorilla.


  • Arthur Keith M.D., F.Z.S.


The Gorilla may be distinguished in life from the Chimpanzee by its sullen, untamable, ferocious nature; its long nasal bones descending far below the level of the infra-orbital margin; its great alar nasal folds running to the margin of the upper lip; its great peculiar molar, premolar, and canine teeth; its broad, short, thick webbed hands and feet; its long her1 and the great length of its upper arm with the smaller development of the forearm.