The Chimpanzees of the Ta Forest: Behavioural Ecology and Evolution
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The Chimpanzees of the Ta Forest: Behavioural Ecology and Evolution

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The chimpanzees are the closest living evolutionary relatives to our own species, Homo sapiens. As such, they have long exerted a fascination over those with an interest in human evolution, and what makes humans unique. Chrisophe Boesch and Hedwige Boesch-Acherman undertook an incredible observational study of a group of wild chimpanzees of the Tai forest in Cote D'Ivoire,...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published June 15th 2000 by Oxford University Press
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Excellent guide to the chimpanzees of the Tai forest from one of my PhD supervisors Prof CB :-)
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