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Planet of the Apes: A Species Misunderstood

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Uploaded on Aug 5, 2011

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Could apes really take over the planet? Apes may be large, powerful animals but they have naturally created a violence free social structure among themselves. Watch as Thomas Gillespie, Associate Professor of Public Health and Biodiversity Conservation at Emory University, discusses the real characteristics of this misunderstood species.

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