Humans’ murder rates explained by primate ancestors, controversial study says
EnlargeGetty | Auscape reader comments 22 Share this story Do humans kill each other because it’s in our blood, or is it all based on our environment? Philosophers and scientists have batted around theories for centuries. But an extensive climb through the evolutionary tree of mammals brought scientists to a fresh vantage point. From there, the answer...
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