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In this Ex Libris episode, Hugh Ross discusses a study published in Science Advances that indicates that the more sociable chimpanzees are with one another the healthier their gut bacteria are. Science Daily reports, “Researchers monitored changes in the gut microbiomes and social behavior of chimpanzees over eight years in Tanzania. The number of bacterial species in a chimp’s GI tract increased when the chimps were more gregarious.” Listen to Hugh discuss the findings and the implications it might have for us humans.
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