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" These he first took to be a group of chimpanzis, springing from branch to branch, and stopping from curiosity to look at the intruder in exactly the same way as do the larger apes. "
The Congo Independent State: A Report on a Voyage of Enquiry - Page 40
by William Geoffrey Bouchard de Montmorency Mountmorres (6th viscount) - 1906 - 166 pages
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George Grenfell and the Congo: A History and Description of the ..., Volume 2

Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, Lawson Forfeitt, Emil Torday - Conference of Non-governmental Organizations in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council - 1908 - 990 pages
...These he first took to be a group of chimpanzis, springing from branch to branch, and stopping from curiosity to look at the intruder in exactly the same way as do the larger apes. He would have continued to think them chimpanzis but that they shot some tiny arrows which fell close...
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