Strange as it my sound, a new report from University of Kent reveals that trophy hunting of lions could have a big role in conserving the species.
Chimpanzees are less inclined to groom one another with numerous bystanders lingering about. This challenges the long-held belief that such cooperative behaviors are based on trust, suggesting they revolve more around immediate benefits.
A recent analysis found fault in a study that claimed chimpanzees newcomers were able to learn language from the native group they joined. Researchers suggest the original Edinburgh Zoo study was flawed and the conclusions actually misrepresents what the data shows.