Food cleaning is widespread in the animal kingdom, and a recent report confirmed that amongst other behaviours wild western lowland gorillas also show food cleaning. The authors of this report conclude that this behaviour, based on its distribution patterns, constitutes a potential candidate for culture. While different conceptualisations of culture exist, some more and some less reliant on behavioural form copying, all of them assign a special role to social learning processes in explaining potentially cultural behaviours. Here we report the results of an experiment that tested to what extent food cleaning behaviour in a group of captive Western lowland gorillas Gorilla gorilla gorilla relies on social learning processes. Subjects were provided with clean and dirty apples.
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Wild gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda exhibit a variety of behaviors around dead individuals, according to new research. Indeed, social insects, such as ants, remove and bury their dead. Elephants and primates quietly attend to, and even engage in caretaking behaviors of, the recently deceased. Less is known, however, about the various ways in which animals respond to the dead based on their prior relationship with the deceased, including differences in sex, age, familiarity, or social rank. The new study analyzed the responses of mountain gorillas in three distinct situations.
Researchers at Zoo Atlanta in Georgia found that the female apes were more amorous on days their peers were having sex — even when they could not fall pregnant themselves. Dr Tara Stoinski and her team monitored four female apes for two years, counting how often they approached their mate and actually had sex. According to New Scientist magazine, even females who were already pregnant or breastfeeding young copulated more often when their peers were on heat. But the females at Atlanta Zoo had only one silverback to father their young, discounting this theory.