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Chimpanzee

Pan troglodytes

Chimpanzees learn most of the behaviors and skills they need to survive by observing and imitating others in their troop. They learn from trial and error and through instruction, making them one of the few animals to deliberately teach their young.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Endangered

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