Edited By: Benjamin B Beck and Tara S Stoinski
388 pages, 4 b/w illus, 5 tabs
Reflections on human responsibilities toward great apes, focussing on the decline in great ape populations due to wild game consumption. After examining the social division between apes and humans from historical, evolutionary, and cognitive perspectives, the established team of contributors conclude by reviewing moral and legal status of great apes. Contributors include: Jane Goodall, Karl Ammann, Herman Rijksen, Brandie Smith, Dan Wharton, Thomas Wolfe, and Richard Wrangham among others.
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