The Third Chimpanzee: the Evolution and Future of the Human Animal Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Is genocide a common occurrence in human history? (from Chapter 16, In Black and White)


What does the author note about studies done on woodpeckers? (from Chapter 12, Alone in a Crowded Universe)


Whenever two groups with disparate developed languages come into occasional contact that, for social reasons, precludes the use of one or the other languages, what arises? (from Chapter 8, Bridges to Human Language)


What else does he do in the Epilogue? (from Epilogue: Nothing Learned, and Everything Forgotten?)


How many species does the author suggest currently exist on earth? (from Chapter 19, The Second Cloud)

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