At an animal sanctuary in the Congo, several dozen Congolese schoolchildren are getting a crash course in bonobos.
These gentle, endangered apes, who resemble chimpanzees, are "our closest cousins," educator Blaise Mbwaki tells the students in French. "They have a human character, and they are Congolese."
"So if you eat a bonobo," Mbwaki says, "you are eating your cousin. It is cannibalism."