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Chimps show sign of culture

Chimpanzees stick to the majority behaviour of their peers.

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  1. WhitenA., HornerV.&de WaalF. Nature, advance online publication doi: 10.1038/nature04047 (2005).

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Miami University in Oxford, Ohio

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von Bubnoff, A. Chimps show sign of culture. Nature (2005).

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