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By: Sue Savage-Rumbaugh and Roger Lewin
299 pages, B/w photos
Ground-breaking book about a pygmy chimpanzee, or bonobo, called Kanzi, who as an infant revealed that he could learn language in the same way that a human child does, and who went on to be able to produce two- and three-word sentences using symbols located on a computer keyboard. The author describes her relationship with Kanzi, made possible by their shared language.
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