The new chimpanzee a twenty first century portrait of our closest kin by craig stanford in a few decades there will be no chimpanzees left in the wild this book adds to our understanding of our closest living kin and through this understanding maybe we will be compelled to do more to conserve them a twenty first century portrait . Stanford is the author of numerous scholarly papers and books on animal behavior and wildlife conservation his most recent book is the new chimpanzee a twenty first century portrait of our closest kin recently published by harvard university press. His new book the new chimpanzee a twenty first century portrait of our closest kin harvard university press 2018 synthesizes his own pioneering research with that of all six other major research studies done to date in it stanford portrays a complex and even more human like ape than the one celebrated british primatologist and . Dr craig stanford explores how chimpanzee field research has radically changed the way we think about humanity the new chimpanzee a 21st century portrait of our closest kin california academy of sciences. Drawing on extensive observations of wild chimpanzees behavior and social dynamics craig stanford portrays a complex and more humanlike ape than the chimps jane goodall popularized more than a half century ago one that plots political coups strategizes for resources and passes on cultural traditions to younger generations
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