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Research reveals bonobos skillfully cracking nuts with stone hammers like chimpanzees

A first of its kind study from the University of Kent found that wild-born, rehabilitated bonobos (Pan paniscus) can be efficient nut-crackers with a skill level not that different from wild chimpanzees.
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