Excerpt: Books, Jun. 26, 1978

" Up at the far end of the room some more primatologists had entered, and my party joined them. I didn't, because I wanted to see more of the baby chimps in their nursery. After a bit I started back toward the Teletype and paused for a last glimpse of Lana, who seemed to be amusing herself watching slides. If her eyes slewed to the side to take me in, and I think they must have, I didn't notice. All I saw was that Lana had begun some rather strange behavior, shifting from one...

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