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By: Craig B Stanford(Author)
236 pages, no illustrations
In this sweeping examination what the science of primates can tell us about our own natures, the co-director of the Jane Goodall Research Center touches on infanticide, mating practices, the origins of human cognition, the human diet, language, and many other subjects.
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