Gorillas have more complex social structures than previously thought, from lifetime bonds forged between distant relations, to “social tiers” with striking parallels to traditional human societies, according to a new study.
Young gorillas take a break from feeding to socialize
[Credit: Wildlife Conservation Society]The findings suggest that the origins of our own social systems stretch back to the common ancestor of humans and…
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