06Pres - Figure S6.a: Calvin and Hobbes Cartoon. Tool...

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Unformatted text preview: Figure S6.a: Calvin and Hobbes Cartoon. Tool Making of Monkeys, Apes, and Hominins Tool use and tool making of captive macaques and chimpanzees Subsistence techniques of Tasmanian Aborigines and Tanzanian Chimps Paleolithic tools Oldowan (early lower paleolithic) tools Acheulean (late lower paleolithic) tools Middle paleolithic tools Upper paleolithic tools How much skill does it take to make a stone Fake? Tool Making of Monkeys, Apes, and Hominins Tool use and tool making of captive macaques and chimpanzees Subsistence techniques of Tasmanian Aborigines and Tanzanian Chimps Paleolithic tools Oldowan (early lower paleolithic) tools Acheulean (late lower paleolithic) tools Middle paleolithic tools Upper paleolithic tools How much skill does it take to make a stone Fake? Were early hominins right-handed? Wolfgang Koehlers (1887-1967) best-known work on cognition in chimpanzees was about the assembly of tools to gain access to food. The chimps would have to insert a narrow bamboo stick into a thicker one to produce a tool long enough to reach a banana. Koehlers star student, Sultan, worked on the sticks for over an hour. When they were Ftted together, Sultan immediately used the new tool to retrieve the food. Figure S6.b: Sultan, a tool- assembling chimp Tool Making of Monkeys, Apes, and Hominins Tool use and tool making of captive macaques and chimpanzees Subsistence techniques of Tasmanian Aborigines and Tanzanian Chimps Paleolithic tools Oldowan (early lower paleolithic) tools Acheulean (late lower paleolithic) tools Middle paleolithic tools Upper paleolithic tools How much skill does it take to make a stone Fake? Were early hominins right-handed? Figure 6.1: Chimpanzee fshing or termites by poking a twig into their nest. Termites a4acking the tool are pulled out and licked (or stripped) of. Chimp popula=ons difer in regard to the dura=on For which they hold the s=ck in the nest, and to the technique For removing the termites From the s=ck. Figure S6.c: Preparation of a dipping tool for termite shing by a wild chimpanzee, Part I. (a) stripping leaves from twig. (b) peeling off bark Figure S6.c: Preparation of a dipping tool for termite shing by a wild chimp, Part II. (c) clipping tool to length. (d) Storing tool and exploring ant nest....
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