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Craig Stanford is co-director of the Jane Goodall Primate Research Center and associate professor at the department of anthropology, University of Southern California. His previous books are: Significant Others: The Ape-Human Continuum and the Quest for Human Nature (Basic, 2001), The Hunting Apes: Meat-easting and the Origins of Human Behavior (Princeton U. Press,1999), and Chimpanzee and Red Colobus: The Ecology of Predator and Prey (Harvard U. Press, 1998).
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