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A new study from Kyoto and Oxford universities and Indianapolis Zoo has shown chimpanzees spontaneously taking turns to complete a number sequencing task. The research gives important insights into the evolution of turn-taking, which underlies a range of social interactions, including communication and language.
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Oxford-Mahidol collaboration shortlisted for Newton Prize
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