Gorillas and Chimpanzees
by R. L. Garner
Publisher: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co 1896
Number of pages: 272
The present work is the natural product of some years devoted to a study of the speech and habits of monkeys. It has led up to the special study of the great apes. The matter contained herein is chiefly a record of the facts tabulated during recent years in that field of research.
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