VOICES Ideas and Insight From Explorers
The group of chimps broke apart and sprinted down the hill. I ran after them. I heard a chorus of screams. When I caught up to them, they were in a pig-pile grappling over something.
When poachers threaten the forest, researchers and wildlife rangers take action.
Thunder shakes the air as Garrison, an elderly male, stands upright and begins to strut, grasping at branches with his hands and dragging them as he walks.
Aaron Sandel is confronting the angst of entering adulthood, one day of data collection at a time—alongside his “colleague,” Benny. Who is Benny, you ask?
The forces of the forest make searching for chimpanzees, alive or dead, a challenge.
Even with high-tech methods, measuring body size in wild chimpanzees is difficult.