Sex differences in chimpanzees' use of sticks as play objects resemble those of children

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Sex differences in chimpanzees' use of sticks as play objects resemble those of children

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Title: Sex differences in chimpanzees' use of sticks as play objects resemble those of children
Author: Kahlenberg, Sonya; Wrangham, Richard W.

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Citation: Kahlenberg, Sonya M., and Richard W. Wrangham. 2010. “Sex Differences in Chimpanzees’ Use of Sticks as Play Objects Resemble Those of Children.” Current Biology 20 (24) (December): R1067–R1068. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2010.11.024.
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