Response To: Chimpanzee Culture Extends Beyond Matrilineal Family Units
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CitationWrangham, Richard W., Steven Worthington, Andrew B. Bernard, Kathelijne Koops, Zarin P. Machanda, and Martin N. Muller. 2017. Response To: Chimpanzee Culture Extends beyond Matrilineal Family Units. Current Biology 27, no. 12: R590-591.
AbstractWe thank van Leeuwen et al. for their response to our finding that matrilineal relationships strongly influence the style of high-arm grooming in wild chimpanzees of the Kanyawara community. We agree with them that grooming styles could be transmitted by different mechanisms in different contexts, and we appreciate their effort to assess whether the transmission of grooming styles within two captive groups in Chimfunshi accords with our result.
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