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Home » Archives » April 2017 » Human vs. Chimpanzee Behavior

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04/27/2017: "Human vs. Chimpanzee Behavior"


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Dr Mark Bodamer speakon how chimpanzee behavior compares to human behavior; Chimfunshi chimp preserve in Zambia. Join the discussion on Sunday April 30 at the Mulis Center - 10:30 am. . Dr Bodamer is a comparative psychologist/ethologist from Gonzaga University now living on the island.

He was involved with the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute at Central Washington University, where he researched teaching American Sign Language to chimpanzees.

A consummate educator, for 15 years he led groups of students, colleagues and faculty to Chimfunshi chimp preserve in Zambia. Join the discussion on Sunday April 30 at the Mulis Center - 10:30 am.
The talk is sponsored by the San Juan Island Unitarian Universalist Fellowship; a group of progressive free thinkers. All are welcome to enjoy thought provoking discussions

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