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An ape is a member of the Hominoidea superfamily of primates.
Ape or APE may also refer to:
Science and technologyEdit
- Ape (plant), the Polynesian name for the giant taro plant
- Acute pulmonary edema, fluid accumulation on the lungs
- Anomalous photovoltaic effect, a type of a photovoltaic effect which occurs in semiconducting materials
- AP Environmental Science, the environmental science course in the Advanced Placement program
- Available potential energy, or convective available potential energy, the energy a parcel of air would have if lifted through the atmosphere
- AJAX Push Engine, an open source Comet/push server
- ANSI/POSIX Environment, a POSIX compatibility layer for the Plan 9 operating system
- APE tag, a tag format used to add metadata to digital audio files
- .ape, a filename extension used by Monkey's Audio
- Application Enhancer, a product by Unsanity
- AVS plugin effect, any third-party addition to the Advanced Visualization Studio computer software
- Auckland Peering Exchange, a peering point serving Auckland, New Zealand
Arts and entertainmentEdit
- Agency to Prevent Evil, a fictional agency in Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp
- Animals project editor in the computer game Zoo Tycoon
- Ape, an alias of the 19th century artist Carlo Pellegrini (1839–1889)
- Ape, a fictional character from the George of the Jungle franchise
- Ape (comics), a mutant character in the Marvel Comics universe
- APE Con or Alternative Press Expo, an annual comics convention
- "The Ape", a song by Level 42 on the album Guaranteed
- The Apes, a band from Washington, D.C.
- Adapted physical education, for learners with a disability
- Annual premium equivalent, a measure used for comparison of life insurance revenue
- Ape, Inc., a video game development company
- Ape, Latvia, town in Latvia
- Piaggio Ape, a small Italian tricycle pickup-truck
- Honda Ape, a Japanese minibike
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