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She also tries to communicate with them in sign language. Koko bathes herself regularly with a sponge and pan of water.
She makes her own sleeping nest out of towels every night.
Miss Patterson spends seven days and several nights a week at the trailer.
She maintains an apartment off campus but is usually with Koko.
Koko is acquiring signs at a fasters rate than Washoe did, Miss Patterson said in a recent interview.
Moreover, a group of gorillas recently scored higher in set learning tasks (a method devised to test ape intelligence) than a group of chimpanzees.
Makes Up Own Words Miss Patterson said that Koko uses language creatively.
“She Occasionally makes up new words [signs] which are amazingly appropriate and she is able to string known words together in novel and meaningful constructions. The reasons gorillas have not been studied as much as chimps, Miss Patterson said, are that gorillas are scarcer, their great size is intimidating and they suffer a bad reputation from the popular literature of past decades.
“I teach her new vocabulary and do regular intelligence testing and sampling of her utterances. Her full name is Hannabi‐Ko, which in Japanese means fireworks child. For the last two years Miss Patterson's research has been supported by the Spencer Foundation.
When Koko wants attention, Miss Patterson said, she grabs the phone off the hook, gets into the soap closet or opens the refrigerator and steals her favorite food—which is presently loquats.