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Chimp see, chimp learn: First evidence for chimps improving tool use techniques by watching others

Chimps can learn more efficient ways to use a tool by watching what others do, according to new research. Their study presents the first experimental evidence that chimps, like humans, can watch and learn a group member's invention of a better technique.
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