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In the Kingdom of Gorillas: The Quest to Save Rwanda's Mountain Gorillas

Bill Weber, Amy Vedder - Nature - 2002 - 384 pages
Chronicles the attempts of the authors to protect and study the mountain gorillas of Rwanda, discussing the foundation of the Mountain Gorilla Project as well as the ecological ...
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The Deluge and the Ark: A Journey Into Primate Worlds

Dale Peterson - Science - 1991 - 378 pages
The author describes his experiences traveling around the world visiting endangered species of primates, and discusses the need for conservation
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Best Practice Guidelines for the Re-Introduction of Great Apes

Benjamin Beck, Michelle Rodrigues, Steve Unwin - Nature - 2007 - 48 pages
From the website: Although the IUCN has previously established working protocols for plant and animal re-introduction, the great apes present unique challenges and concerns ...
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Significant others: the ape-human continuum and the quest for human nature

Craig Britton Stanford - Science - 2001 - 236 pages
What the family connection between apes and humans really means
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THE DYNAMIC DANCE

Barbara J. KING - History - 2004 - 283 pages
Using dynamic systems theory, an approach employed to study human communication, King is able to demonstrate the genuine complexity of apes' social communication, and the ...
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The great apes: between two worlds

Michael Nichols, National Geographic Society (U.S.). Book Division - Science - 1993 - 200 pages
In words and more than 100 photographs, the author recounts his decade among the world's great apes and includes essays by Jane Goodall, George B. Schaller, and Mary G. Smith.
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Chimpanzees: Social Climbers of the Forest

Tamsin Constable - Nature - 2001 - 96 pages
Explores the world of chimpanzees, tracing their daily activities, their development from birth to adulthood, their social hierarchy, and how they overcome problems in the wild.
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Significant Others

Craig Stanford - Social Science - 2009 - 256 pages
Evolutionary scientists know that the line that divides humans from other animals has grown increasingly blurry, yet many other fields, especially in the social sciences, have ...
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