Cadell Last

Cadell Last is evolutionary anthropologist and science popularizer. Academically, he has published in Folia Primatologica and vis-a-vis. His previous research has focused on primate ecology, specifically chimpanzee nesting adaptations and ring-tailed lemur activity patterns. He is also a science writer for The Advanced Apes and his work has appeared in Scientific American, Jane Goodall Institite of Canada, The People Project, American Humanist, and Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. His science writing is largely influenced by an integrated background in the evolutionary sciences and history and focuses on understanding what big history can teach us about contemporary society and the future of our species.

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