Museums often go to great pains to emphasize that humans are just another animal, like all the other mammals in the museum.
In some ways, we are like other mammals: we have a backbone, our bodies are covered with hair, we have three middle ear bones, our hearts have four chambers, and our brains are covered by a neocortex. Other animals communicate with each other, as we do (though human communication even in the infant stage is vastly more complex than any animal communication). Some animals use tools, as we do.
In other more important ways, we are not like mammals or other animals at all.
We’re not just another mammal; we were created in the image of God. We were given the assignment to rule over the rest of creation, under the authority of God and according to His instructions in Scripture.