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(Scientific American)   Chimps will share their lunch, but only if they like you like you   (blogs.scientificamerican.com) divider line 3
    More: Interesting, cognitive neuroscientist, behavioral ecology, innate immune system, dominant males, theory of mind, strawman arguments, University of York  
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2013-12-20 07:27:45 PM  
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Some researchers think these grunts-and all chimp vocalizations-are reflexive emotional reactions

aka language.

Anyone who thinks human language is any less reflexive or more meaningful than pig grunts hasn't been to enough social functions.
2013-12-20 08:58:53 PM  
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Article actually says chimps will share their lunch but only if they want you to like them.
2013-12-20 05:31:31 PM  
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If chimps don't like you, they will eat you alive.

Cute animals, those chimps.
 
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