CHIMPANZEES HAVE POLICE OFFICERS TOO
ScienceDaily (Mar. 7, 2012) — Chimpanzees are interested in social cohesion and have various strategies to guarantee the stability of their group. Anthropologists now reveal that chimpanzees mediate conflicts between other group members, not for their own direct benefit, but rather to preserve the peace within the group. Their impartial intervention in a conflict -- so-called "policing" -- can be regarded as an early evolutionary form of moral behavior.
- CHIMPANZEES HAVE POLICE OFFICERS TOO - Theresa, 2012-03-07, 22:14