Chimp Kids

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Michael Levad of the Franklin Institute Science Museum about how he taught 30 school children three different chimp calls. The students were part of a ceremony announcing that anthropologist Jane Goodall will receive the Benjamin Franklin Award in Life Science for her work with chimpanzees.

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