Chimpanzees have no shortage of deadly foes. Logging, mining, deforestation, human population growth, the bush-meat trade, the exotic pet trade, medical research, bad zoos: All have helped shrink the global chimp population from more than a million in 1900 to less than 300,000 today, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Now, add Covid-19.

“The pandemic is a nightmare,” says Jane Goodall over the phone from her family home in Bournemouth, U.K., where she has been sheltering in place since March….

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