We differ from our ancient ancestors in ways similar to how dogs differ from wolves.
Richard Wrangham discusses doll play by chimpanzees at Kanyawara.Read More
KCP’s anti-poaching collaboration with the Uganda Wildlife Authority has just been featured in The Guardian.Read More
Dr. Emily Otali discusses her work with the Kibale Chimpanzee Project.Read More
Kanyawara juveniles – especially females – carry sticks in a manner suggestive of a rudimentary form of doll play (see May 8, 2011 post). A photo of chimpanzee “dolls” appears in the Sept 2011 issue of National Geographic magazine. Click…Read More
Due to Ugandan cultural views, which place the eating of apes as taboo, chimpanzees in Kibale National Park are thankfully free of poaching pressure. However, our chimpanzees face a continuing threat of getting caught in wire snares placed (illegally) by…Read More