Going Ape looks to our primate predecessors to understand human interaction and social dynamics. Not only do humans share 98 percent of our genetic code with our closest ape relatives, we also share some of the same inherent basic instincts. This revealing, often comic three-part series explores humans' daily battles for power, territory, sex and allegiance with that of our monkey cousins through humorous experiments, hidden camera footage, wildlife footage and expert analysis.

Going Ape - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-05-13

Going Ape - Pink Bubbles Go Ape - Netflix

Pink Bubbles Go Ape is the fourth studio album by German power metal band Helloween, released in 1991. It marked the departure of guitarist Kai Hansen, with Roland Grapow replacing him. Musically it was written with a softer, less epic, and sometimes humorous approach, which would be later fully implemented in the band's following album Chameleon (1993). The album contains two singles, which are “Kids of the Century” and “Number One”. “Kids of the Century” reached #56 in the United Kingdom. There were some tunes recorded for this album, which were either not featured on it (Windmill)[1] or have never been finished (City Cries).[2] On the other hand, the track “Heavy Metal Hamsters” (supposedly written about the band's former record company) was, according to Michael Weikath, never intended to be on the album, but rather on a B-side of a single.

Going Ape - Track listing - Netflix

M - 12,13 also appears on the single “Kids of the Century”. M - 14,15 also appears on the single “Number One”.

Going Ape - References - Netflix