Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Five Ways Animal Societies Are Organizing

Chimpanzees wage war. They mount strategic military campaigns against neighbouring tribes to gain territory or stamp out rivals. Monkeys have complex, structured societies that involve prostitution, an economy and even labour strikes. Cleaner fish run an efficient business ridding larger fish of parasites, they advertise and will even punish fellow workers who do a poor job. Leaf cutter ants run farms, cultivating crops of fungus and protecting the crop with pesticides. Killer whales will use bait to 'fish' for seagulls, luring them down to the water by spitting chewed up fish on the surface and pass this trick onto their neighbours. Crows are excellent tool users, they even adapt tools to suit their purpose and pass the new technology on to each other.
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