What if our conventional understandings about chimpanzee behavior are inaccurate?
In Sierra Leone, humans and chimpanzees are being pushed closer and closer together
Beneath towering mango trees, the Matamba chimpanzee community makes its home
Sierra Leone's chimpanzees often enjoy the fruits of their human neighbors' labor
Looking through a small window into the complex world of Sierra Leone's chimpanzees.
In Sierra Leone, people have been fallow farming for generations. Today, it poses new hazards to human and chimpanzee communities alike.
Following a big blaze, Sierra Leone’s chimpanzees must adapt to their new, scorched world.
With a single shot, and a lost companion, human-chimpanzee relationships are stressed in Sierra Leone.
A young green monkey, a lone chimpanzee, and a struggling farmer are all linked through the drama of the Sierra Leone landscape.
As human and chimpanzee communities recover from fire, rain brings signs of new life to burned central Sierra Leone landscape.
In just one morning, a single hunter alters the destiny of two chimpanzee communities in Sierra Leone.
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