Chimps Digging Wells Shows Learned Behavior That May Help Amid Climate Change

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  • Researchers have observed well-digging behaviour in a group of chimpanzees in Uganda.
  • This was the first time well-digging was observed in a rainforest.
  • The finding suggests that these animals have picked up an adaptive measure that could help them survive a drought.

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