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Chimps in Context
Official tweets of the Chimpanzees in Context meeting; the latest in the Understanding Chimpanzees series. 18-20 August 2016 at
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Allie Sheldon 27 Aug 16
Equal parts exhausted and can't believe it's already over
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Stuart Watson 27 Aug 16
Only 140 characters to describe how flipping awesome and were? Impossible. It was very very very very very very very go
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Lydia Hopper 27 Aug 16
After 10 days of ace primatology surrounded by friends this w/end is going to feel a tad quiet
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Maisie Fraley 22 Aug 16
Saw a raven pair at my house. Can only think about Jorg Massen's talk on prosociality in coop. breeding birds
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Leïla Benziad 22 Aug 16
Thx for this grand meeting of worlds greatest primates caring about worlds best primates
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Chimps in Context 20 Aug 16
We were also too wrapped up in all the amazing to live tweet talks so we appreciate everyone who did!
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Dr. Michelle Rodrigues 20 Aug 16
Witting: effect of social support and integration stronger than negative effects of smoking, alcohol abuse. Social bonds imp!
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Dr. Michelle Rodrigues 20 Aug 16
McGrew: chimps universally greet when they meet- but the don't say goodbye when they fission
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ChimpandSee 20 Aug 16
Tool use behaviour sex biases from the Triangle Ape Project! Amazing talk by Crickette Sanz!
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Michael Haslam 20 Aug 16
Lydia Luncz demonstrates the value of archaeological survey to the chimpanzee meeting in Chicago
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ChimpandSee 20 Aug 16
Another fabulous talk @ from Triangle Ape Project by Dave Morgan on logging impacts on apes!
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Dr Kirsty Graham 20 Aug 16
Roman Wittig -food sharing may help form social bonds, grooming maintains them
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Chimps in Context 20 Aug 16
And so the theme of beer-drinking primatologists extends to those studying corvids!
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Dr Kirsty Graham 20 Aug 16
Jorg Massen-prosociality in coop breeding corvids but need compare with more species
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Alexander Georgiev 20 Aug 16
Why do chimps never say 'goodbye'?- provocative Q from McGrew as he announces this his last public appearance (?!)
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Rob Shumaker 20 Aug 16
Major conservation threats to chimps: deforestation, bushmeat, disease, climate change.
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Brian Hare 20 Aug 16
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Brian Hare 20 Aug 16
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