For more than 20 years anthropologists have been researching the social behavior of a chimpanzee clan in Uganda's Kibale National Park. They gained new insights about the violence, brutal power struggles, rivalry, enmity, friendship and diplomacy within the large, strictly hierarchical primate group. The males set the tone. The intelligent individuals have the ability to network and forge alliances. War against external conspecifics and brutal hunting of other monkey species is not uncommon. The conclusion is that animals are by no means better than humans.
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