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The Chimpanzee By Jane Goodall

The Chimpanzee
by Jane Goodall

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A lecture describing the author's work in the Gombe Stream Game Reserve, which shows how chimpanzees have unique personalities and develop complex psychological, social and political relationships with one another.
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The Chimpanzee: The Living Link Between Man and Beast by Jane Goodall

In this lecture, Jane Goodall, who has written many popular biology books and is a campaigner for animal conservation, describes her work in the Gombe Stream Game Reserve. Despite political and social upheavals in Africa, Dr Goodal has spent the last 30 years observing and researching the Gombe chimpanzees. She shows how chimpanzees have unique personalities and develop complex psychological, social and political relationships with one another. Biologically only 1% different to humans, the Gombe chimpanzees show remarkably human emotional characteristics, as this book describes.

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GOR005567747
The Chimpanzee: The Living Link Between Man and Beast by Jane Goodall
Jane Goodall
Edinburgh Medal Lectures S.
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Edinburgh University Press
1992-04-10
64
0748603549
9780748603541
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