I saw this story last night but thought I'd save it for todays blog.
You may seen that in a series of memory tests devised by Japanese scientists young Chimps did better than university students.
The tasks involved remembering the location of numbers on a screen, and correctly recalling the sequence.
The scientists tested five young chimps and their Mother against the University Students and the young chimps outperformed their Mother and the Students.
Dr Matsuzawa told BBC News, "We are still underestimating the intellectual capability of chimpanzees, our evolutionary neighbours." Or perhaps, sorry Anna ;), overstimating students.
You can read more and see a video on the BBC website