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Chimps and Violence
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Research students studying chimps discovered their capacity for violence, as these animals are capable of killing not only strangers but also each other, reflecting the fact that they possess a myriad of emotions and remarkable strength that are closely similar to humans. Grooming is a common behavioral pattern exhibited by chimps that involves one approaching another, presenting for grooming, and ruffling their fingers through their hair.

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