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- Sally Jewell Coxe president and co-founder of the Bonobo Conservation Initiative.
- Richard Carroll managing director of the Congo Basin for the World Wildlife Fund.
- Vanessa Woods a research scientist, journalist and author; her new book is "Bonobo Handshake."
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