CNN: How animals transfer power from one leader to another: Brute force, inheritance and consensus.
Associated Press: Female banded mongooses lead battle for chance to find mates.
IAST Magazine: Murderous cousins: Chimpanzees and the origins of war.
National Geographic Magazine: How animals choose their leaders, from brute force to democracy.
Provided photo of Kasekela male chimpanzee Sampson for news release: Showy male primates have smaller testicles
CBS Minnesota: Jane Goodall Speaks At ‘U,’ Where Her Legacy Continues
Big Ten Network: How a Minnesota professor is deepening our understanding of man’s closest cousin: BTN LiveBIG
The Conversation: Studying Chimpanzee Calls for Clues about the Origins of Human Language
EuekaAlert: Can chimpanzee vocalizations reveal the origins of human language?
Science Daily: Can chimpanzee vocalizations reveal the origins of human language?
PBS NATURE: Natural Born Rebels, Episode 2: Survival
New York Times: Wild and Captive Chimpanzees Share Personality Traits With Humans
National Geographic: 50 Years On, Chimps Studied By Jane Goodall Still Reveal Discoveries
Cosmos: Goodall’s findings confirmed: chimps have stable personalities
Gli Stati Generali: Ecco perché il massacro delle scimmie è una catastrofe anche per voi
AirTalk 89.3 KPCC Los Angeles: Could humans have inherited murderous tendencies?
Le Monde: Les racines de la violence humaine plongent dans l’arbre de l’évolution
Die Zeit: Können Tiere fremdenfeindlich sein? (Can animals be xenophobic?)
BBC: Why bullying is such a successful evolutionary strategy
Science Daily: Gregarious chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
The Scientist: Chimps share microbes while socializing
Laura Betzig’s Psychology Today blog: Crotch Shots
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Give up meat? Don’t expect much from die-hard Minnesotans
BBC Radio 4: The Origins of War
The New Yorker: Apes in a Human World
WCCO News: Good question: Why do we have finger and toe nails?
WCCO News: Good question: Why do we kiss to show affection?
Science: Chimpanzees drum with signature style
Wall Street Journal: Our ancestors murdered—and played pacifist
University of Minnesota study shows chimps are naturally aggressive
nrc.nl: De duistere kant van de chimpansee
O Globo: Chimpanzé é violento por natureza, diz estudo
Discovery News: Killer chimps reveal why violence persists
Materia: Los chimpancés matan porque son violentos por naturaleza
Nature: The evolutionary roots of lethal conflict
BBC World News: Murder ‘comes naturally’ to chimpanzees
LA Times: Monkey see, monkey kill
New York Times: Lethal violence in chimps occurs naturally
USA Today: Chimp-on-chimp violence
Science: Why do chimps kill each other?
Science Daily: Chimps inherently violent
The Telegraph: Chimps and humans ‘both natural born killers’
NPR: Killing comes naturally to chimps
Harvard Gazette: Deadly violence a natural tendency in chimps
Voice of Russia: chimpanzees are natural born killers and stage gang attacks
BBC Scotland: Chimps are ‘naturally violent’
Kanyawara chimp calls used in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes movie
Live Science: Chimp Genetic History Stranger than Humans’
Larry Arnhart: The Behavioral Ecology of Chimpanzee War and Liberal Peace
Discovery News: Is War Inevitable?
Minnesota Monthly: The Caveman Controversy
Wisconsin Public Radio, Kathleen Dunn Show: Testing on Chimpanzees
Grand Marais Public Radio: The social behavior of chimps and other primates, and what it tell us about ourselves
The Cultural Niche: Chimpanzee Warfare
Science News: Chimps show lethal side
Scientific American: Why chimpanzees kill
Nature: Hyenas can count like monkeys
PRI’s The World: Evolutionary roots of Xenophobia
Science Magazine: The value of long-term studies
UMNews: Early primates and the Homo Erectus come to town
National Geographic Magazine: 50 years at Gombe
the Jane Goodall Institute: Gombe 50 symposium in Kyoto, Japan
the Jane Goodall Institute: Reflections from Gombe – Mike Wilson
National Public Radio: Mourning in chimpanzees?
MinnPost.com: Chimps and HIV: The story behind the study
Southern California Public Radio: AIDS in chimpanzees
Associated Press: Missing AIDS link found in chimps
The New York Times: Study Finds Chimps Die from Simian AIDS
Nature: Human Behaviour: Killer Instincts
Our Origins – Exploring the Human Spark
Twin Cities Public Television: A head for language
The New York Times: About death, just like us or pretty much unaware?
Minnesota Public Radio’s In the Loop: Finding your Fit
Interviewed for film, TAG: Keep Playing, by Chad Calease
the Jane Goodall Institute: Habituating chimpanzees
Population Reference Bureau: Why the chimpanzees of Gombe national park are in jeopardy
Acoustical Society of America: Chimpanzees know when to keep quiet
The New York Times: A course in evolution, taught by chimps
Annual Reviews of Anthropology: Video of intergroup attack
Science Magazine’s NetWatch: Review of discoverchimpanzees.org