Chimpanzee research today. The spread of culture, primitive as it is.

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34 C R E D IT : D R A W IN G B Y A M Y W H IT E N a major supporter of captive chimp populations for research, no longer funds breeding, which means the 1000 or so research chimps now in U.S. primate colonies will disappear within 30 years, according to one estimate (Science, 26 January 2007, p. 450). “It’s a big concern,” says Frans de Waal, an ethologist… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.328.5974.34

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@article{Cohen2010ChimpanzeeRT, title={Chimpanzee research today. The spread of culture, primitive as it is.}, author={Jon S. Cohen}, journal={Science}, year={2010}, volume={328 5974}, pages={34-5} }