Jane Goodall visits chimpanzees in Kenya


This video from Kenya says about itself:

Conservationist Jane Goodall visits Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary

16 September 2016

British conservationist Dr Jane Goodall, known for her studies of chimpanzees in the wild, visits Kenya‘s only chimp sanctuary, urging more to be done to protect these animals.

Video by AFP Press.

The Chimpanzee Motorway – Connecting Forest Habitats in Western Tanzania: here.

Low-status chimps revealed as trendsetters. In experiments, apes were more likely to copy subordinates than alpha males. By Bruce Bower, 11:00am, February 21, 2017: here.

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