Science Why are chimps violent? Is it our fault?

A analysis of five decades of research on chimpanzees and their apparently more peaceful cousins, bonobos, finds that habitat destruction by humans is not to blame for chimp violence.  

By , Staff writer

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New analysis of 50 years worth of chimpanzee and bonobo research is changing the way we think about the nature of violence.