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Friends or Foes: Female Relationships Among the Gombe Chimpanzees

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Rivalries and alliances among female chimpanzees can be intense and sometimes shocking. Duke University evolutionary anthropologist Anne Pusey shares insights from long-term studies of chimpanzee behavior at Gombe National Park in Tanzania, where Jane Goodall began observing chimpanzees more than 50 years ago.


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