What are a chimpanzee's social habits?


Grooming other pack members is one of the most prevalent social habits of a chimpanzee, and possibly the most important. It appears to be a very strong bonding force between members of the group.
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Chimpanzee Mating Habits
Chimpanzees, or Pan troglodytes are humankind's closest genetic relatives, according to Wired.com, and are native to Western and Central Africa. Males reach sexual maturity around 16 years of age, while females mature after their first estrous cycle,... More »
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