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Powerful Chimp Moms More Likely To Have Homebody Daughters

News   Jan 21, 2020 | Original story from Duke University

 
Powerful Chimp Moms More Likely To Have Homebody Daughters

Gaia the chimpanzee grooms with her mom Gremlin at Gombe National Park. A study finds that female chimps with high-ranking moms are less likely to leave home, instead reproducing in the group where they grew up. Credit: Emily Wroblewski

 
 
 

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