Animal Tool Behavior

Animal Tool Behavior

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Specific examples involving invertebrates, birds, fish, and mammals describe the differing levels of sophistication of tool use exhibited by animals.A captive broke off a twig to Reach toward an electric wire (Mottershead 1963). ... Insert and Probe Chimpanzees Detached grass, twigs, and branches from trees and shrubs, broke off pieces of liana, and ... McGrew, Tutin, and Baldwin 1979; Sabater-Pi 1974; A. Suzuki 1966; Teleki 1974; van Lawicka€“Goodall 1968, 1970).

Title:Animal Tool Behavior
Author: Robert W. Shumaker, Kristina R. Walkup, Benjamin B. Beck
Publisher:JHU Press - 2011-04-15

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