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Chimp Kids

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Chimp Kids

Chimp Kids

Chimp Kids

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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.