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https://www.mpg.de/7270582/chimpanzees-protection_malaria that at every point in time at least one individual of this chimpanzee group is infected … performed on more than 30 dead adult chimpanzees from the same community malaria could be …
https://www.mpg.de/11074475/interview-boesch-chimpanzees Boesch founded the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation 16 years ago, in order to save the Western Chimpanzees from extinction … Do the local people also benefit from protecting the chimpanzees
https://www.mpg.de/592528/pressRelease20090408 Male chimpanzees that regularly share their food with females are able to mate more often … add to the ever-growing evidence suggesting that chimpanzees can think in the past and the …
https://www.mpg.de/11695920/chimpanzees-and-sooty-mangabeys-group-relationships and influence relationships in wild chimpanzees and sooty mangabeys in Taï National Park … Chimpanzees flexibly form friendships and alliances with non-kin group members, and …
https://www.mpg.de/4376010/collaboration-children-chimpanzees Chimpanzees, however, did not share more often after collaboration than in a windfall … encourages equal sharing in children but not chimpanzees Nature, 20 July 2011 DOI …
https://www.mpg.de/7670969/chimpanzees-rational?c=2249 Over time, the majority chimpanzees observed that the minority chimpanzees received more peanuts for the same … Chimpanzee females, for instance, disperse to other groups in the wild …
https://www.mpg.de/6328635/chimpanzees-social-traditions ecological factors between the chimpanzee communities, which precluded the interpretation that the chimpanzees were exhibiting ‘cultural’ differences … This is Zsabu (the alpha male …
https://www.mpg.de/9372935/chimpanzee-uganda-forest-loss This involved collecting 865 chimpanzee faecal samples across 633 km2 and genetically analysing them to identify the presence of 182 different chimpanzees
https://www.mpg.de/7056281/chimpanzees-hunting Meat eating among some of the male chimpanzees is significant enough to result in a marked … Male chimpanzees that regularly share their food with females are able to mate more often …
https://www.mpg.de/4644092/Bonobos?c=12034828 Gottfried Hohmann from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology is leading a … males are less aggressive than male chimpanzees: could it be because the females band …

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