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Lect19Chimpanzees - ANTH 42: Chimpanzees, bonobos;...

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Unformatted text preview: ANTH 42: Chimpanzees, bonobos; cognition Review session Thursday 5-7pm Will be question-driven. Reminder, fnal is based on lectures. Does NOT include quiz # 16. Low end: 2 SD < mean, but no clear gaps. ? Grade. Quiz clock Minutes remaining: 5 4 3 2 ONE 30 sec http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/intersection/2010/05/27/why-bonobos-will-save-the-world/ To go From could to will is a big step BBC Cousins: Apes Bit of introduction Diet: mainly (ripe) fruit & leaves; some animal protein (males more meat, females more insects) Athena with stolen bushbuck faun Some reason to think this driven by difFculty of hunting with a baby on board; like meat when can get it. So is there an innate sex difference in predatory behavior? Getting around Chimpanzees build nests (almost) every night; sometimes it seems like they like a view Chimpanzees spend a lot of time alone, but join up in parties - Fssion-fusion social system # parties seen # of adults in the party Chimpanzees spend a lot of time alone, but join up in parties - Fssion-fusion social system...
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