What Makes A Society Successful: A Look at Human and Chimpanzee Communities
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National Geographic photojournalist Ami Vitale has lived in mud huts and war zones, contracted… More
2007 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, Roger Myerson, researches cooperation among individuals, groups, and institutions.
Biological anthropologist Jill Pruetz, Nat Geo Emerging Explorer, advanced primatology by proving chimps in Senegal fashion hunting tools.
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