Kibale Chimpanzee Project

Category: Research

New KCP research in PNAS

Chimpanzee mothers who reproduce faster end up with smaller infants.

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Postdoctoral position available

The Kibale Chimpanzee Project ( seeks a postdoctoral scholar, based at the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico, to participate in an NIH-funded study of aging in wild chimpanzees. This project involves the development and application of…

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An uncertain time for adolescent males at Kanyawara

How do young male chimpanzees transition to adulthood?

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Killing by chimpanzees is not caused by human disturbance

A new study finds that adaptive strategies, not human impacts, best explain chimpanzee lethal aggression.

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Chimpanzee males sacrifice feeding time to mate

A new study from Kanyawara quantifies the costs of male mating competition.

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Chimpanzees pant hoot to reunite with their friends

A new study from Kanyawara sheds light on the function of a chimpanzee vocalization.

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