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The difference of human culture and chimpanzee of culture is of course that humans over time became more advanced and complex in using tools and adaptability. Humans have been able to improve on past inventions and problems. Our intelligence has enabled us to learn how to hunt, protect ourselves, and migrate. Compared to chimpanzees, we are able to survive in almost any condition and environment in the world on a larger scale of influence. According to the text, the behavior of sharpened sticks is developed by females because they "tend to be the innovators and creative problems solvers in primate culture." The controversy of using culture to describe nonhuman species, is simply described that primates, such as chimpanzees cannot build on previous inventions which according to the text, it "is the hallmark of human culture." It is determined that
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