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In this series of interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University (CWU) explores cultural anthropology and archaeology. In the fourth episode, Faith spends some time with CWU graduate student Mary Jo Austin to explore her work regarding bushmeat procurement and consumption in Cameroon. Then she asks primatologist Dr. Birute Galdikas, renowned orangutan expert, about her research in Indonesia on the plight of "the great orange ape." These segments were taped in October and March 2007, respectively.

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Produced by KCWU Productions in 2007

Copyright 2007 by KCWU Productions

Central Washington University, Anthropology Department

Limbe Wildlife Centre

Orangutan Foundation International