Communication makes hunting easier for chimpanzees. ScienceDaily.
Chimpanzees produce ‘hunting bark’ to co-ordinate group members – study. The Independent.
No grumpy old men in the world of chimps. New York Times.
What chimpanzees can teach us about human friendships. Scientific American.
Humans aren’t the only species who get choosier about their friends as they age. Chimps do it too, new research suggests. Business Insider.
The older the chimp, the less fake friends needed, study shows. Interesting Engineering.
Chimps focus on positive relationships in old age. Futurity.
In Uganda, safeguarding chimpanzees against the scourge of snaring. Mongabay.
Chimps in Uganda dying from common human viruses. Earth.com.
Interview with anthropologist Richard Wrangham. Der Spiegel.
How early humans handled aggression. The Atlantic.
The evolution of human aggression: Curtis Abraham interviews Richard Wrangham. Ecologist.
Chimpanzees can catch the “common cold” from humans—and it can kill them. Quartz Africa.
Chimps losing lives and limbs to the ‘landmines of the forest’. The Guardian.
Chimpanzees would cook if given the chance, research says. New York Times.
Social networks could help prevent disease outbreaks in endangered chimpanzees. ScienceDaily.
Watching teeth grow. Harvard Gazette.
Chimps and dolls. National Geographic.
Chimps are champs. Ranger Rick Magazine.
Young female chimps cradle stick-toys like dolls. Scientific American.
Female chimps play dollies with sticks. The Telegraph.
Wild chimps make their own ‘dolls’. New Scientist.
Girl chimpanzees may use sticks as dolls. Wired.
Female chimps play with stick dolls. Discovery News.
A matter of life and limb. Science.
Richard Wrangham: studying chimpanzees with Jane Goodall. Big Think
New evidence of culture in wild chimpanzees. U.S. News &World Report.
Despicable, yes, but not inexplicable. American Scientist.
From studying chimps, a theory on cooking. New York Times.
Key ‘Impact Hunters’ catalyze hunting among male chimpanzees. Science Daily.
Menopause in chimps? Science NOW.
Menopause sets humans apart from chimps. New Scientist.
Wild chimpanzees appear not to regularly experience menopause. Science Daily.
Male chimps use sexual coercion. New Scientist.
Domestic violence in the jungle. Science NOW.
Chimps hold clues to roots of domestic violence. The Telegraph.
Male chimps prefer older females as mates. USA Today.
In praise of older chimps. Quirks & Quarks.
Male chimpanzees prefer mating with older females. Science Daily.
Male chimps prefer older females. LiveScience.
Chimps prefer the older woman. ABC Science.
Male chimps prefer older mates. Washington Post.