Go Bananas — It’s World Chimp Day

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How much do you know about chimps? Test your knowledge on WORLD CHIMPANZEE DAY.

Over 70 years ago, on July 14, 1960, the world-renown primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist, Dr. Jane Goodall, first stepped foot in what is now known as Gombe Stream National Park. There she studied wild chimpanzees, opening a window to the world of our closet relatives for the first time, further changing the way we understand ourselves and animals. Now every July 14, the world recognizes WORLD CHIMPANZEE DAY to commemorate Goodall's research and the continued hardships chimpanzees face in the wild.

Test your knowledge — how much do you know about chimpanzees?

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