Earth Could Be a 'Planet Without Apes' in Less Than 100 Years
By the end of this century, the world's great apes -- gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans -- could all be extinct. These primates are our closest relatives, sharing 95 percent of our DNA. Craig Stanford, co-director of the Jane Goodall Center at USC, has written "Planet Without Apes," a warning and a plea to protect these magnificent animals.
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