Grown-up chimps are less likely to help distressed friends
Creature comfortsWindzepher/GettyBy Sam WongThere, there! Adult chimpanzees are less likely than younger ones to console their companions in times of distress. The finding raises questions about how the capacity for empathy changes with age in our closest relatives – and us. When a chimpanzee gets upset, perhaps after losing a fight, companions will...
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