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Chimps’ cultural traditions extend beyond family

Social tradition in chimpanzees mimics human culture

20 June 2017Research

Chimps pass on knowledge to the next generation

Apes have ability thought to be unique to humans

1 June 2017Research

Hormone boost makes wild seals spend more time with each other

Implications for conditions in humans like autism

24 May 2017Research

Estimating animal populations from camera trap surveys

New analytical methods to estimate the size of wild animal populations from a distance

10 May 2017Research

Fish pool their experience to solve problems collectively

Implications for business and bio-inspired swarm robotics

18 April 2017University news

Woody Woodpecker laughs in the face of politics

New evidence suggests birds have mastered cooperative living

8 March 2017Research

Lizards and ladders

First evidence of how early social environment affects lizard learning

6 February 2017Research

With a little help from my friends

Family and friends reduce stress in wild chimpanzees

2 November 2016Research

Apes can understand how others see the world

"Uniquely" human trait present in all apes

10 October 2016Research

Tropical crow species is highly skilled tool user

Hawaiian crow joins illustrious club of animal master tool users

14 September 2016Research