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Painful to read, but not because it's a bad book, but because of the plight of so many chimps.Published 4 months ago by DF
I read this book which belonged to someone else so this time I purchased one copy for myself and two copies to give to two different friends. It is excellent!Published 7 months ago by Dianne Quimby
Great delivery of a quality read. This is not a light read, so be sure you are ordering this for sure.Published 7 months ago by Jason Griffis
Next of Kin is an autobiographic novel by the primatologist Roger Fouts, telling a fascinating story that started with his fortuitous landing at the University of Nevada, where he... Read morePublished 8 months ago by PatrickTrentin88
A great story - if you are into comparative psychology - and nicely written.Published 9 months ago by Steve Adams
This was a fascinating book about all animals (people included) and how they interact. It also was very interesting to learn about the research involving chimps. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Diana Smith