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Humans Have a Lot to Learn From Bonobos, Scientists Say

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Photo of a bonobo named Mimi, the alpha female, having a little down time.

Primatologists Brain Hare studies bonobos. Here, a bonobo named Mimi, the alpha female, has a little down time.

Credit: Vanessa Woods, Duke University


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Photo of Beni and Pole having a little snuggle.

Beni and Pole have a little snuggle.

Credit: Vanessa Woods, Duke University


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Photo of Duke University researcher Vanessa Woods with a bonobo in the field.

Duke University biological anthropology and anatomy researcher Vanessa Woods with a bonobo in the field.

Credit: Vanessa Woods, Duke University


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