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Baboons, like humans, can build on work of others, according to study by Drs Simon Kirby and Kenny Smith

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TitleBaboons may share human ability to build on work of others
Media name/outletBBC News
Date of coverage5/11/14
TitleHumans, baboons share cumulative sulture ability
Media name/outletScience Daily
Date of coverage5/11/14
TitleCultures can exist beyond the (naked) apes
Media name/outletEarth Times
Date of coverage5/11/14
TitleBaboons display human trait
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage6/11/14
TitleBaboons show 'cumulative culture'
Media name/outletThe Courier
Date of coverage5/11/14
TitleBaboons can learn like us
Media name/outletDaily Express
Date of coverage6/11/14
TitleHumans, baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletScience Daily
Date of coverage5/11/14
TitleHumans and baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletNews Press
Date of coverage6/11/14
TitleHumans and baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletPhysOrg.com
Date of coverage6/11/14
TitleBaboons share with humans the skills of the 'Know-How'
Media name/outletEuropa Press
Date of coverage6/11/14
TitleBaboons show 'cumulative culture'
Media name/outletSunday Post
Date of coverage14/11/14
TitleHumans, baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletThe Hawk
Date of coverage11/11/14
TitleHumans, baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletDisinformation
Date of coverage15/11/14
TitleBaboon intelligence research
Media name/outletBBC Radio Scotland
Date of coverage7/11/14
TitleBaboons share 'know-how' ability with humans
Media name/outletPeriodista Digital
Date of coverage7/11/14
TitleHumans, baboons share cumulative culture ability
Media name/outletPress Trust of India
Date of coverage8/11/14

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