National Geographic : 1963 Aug
KODACHROMESBY BARONHUGOVAN LAWICK(ABOVE) AND VANNE MORRIS-GOODALL( N.G .S. Confirmed banana raider makes a getaway, unmolested by lunching Africans. Enjoy ing the run of camp, chimpanzees carry away blankets and clothing as well. David Grey beard, boldest and friendliest of the apes that visit the author, often enters tents, peers under beds, pulls out clothing, and pokes through boxes to find hidden fruit. In friendly persuasion, David nudges a restraining arm, hoping to get at bananas in a hinged box, the camp's only chimp-proof storage. Wild chimpanzees are normally 286 gentle; this contrasts with the dangerously bad tempers many males develop in captivity.