Primate Social Behavior

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The way that primate parents feed their young is similar to that of other mammals. The way that they teach children about their social roles which is similar to the way that humans raise kids. Another similarity is that the parents teach the offspring social behavior and how teaching that behavior helps chances of survival. A better similarity is how the parents teach the offspring how to crack the nuts to be able to eat the food because as children humans also watch parents make/prepare food. The range of primate social groups is large because of the different reasons for becoming social. One of the bigger reasons for primate social groups is for protection against predators such as eagles. Being in social groups helps the primates protect

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