CARTA: Male Aggression and Violence in Human Evolution – Anne Pusey: Intergroup Violence: Chimpanzees and Lions

8/1/2014; 19 minutes

In both lions and chimpanzees, males cooperate in inter-group conflict with group-mates who are often relatives and with whom they maintain close, life-long social bonds. Anne Pusey (Duke Univ) discusses some of the mounting evidence that successful intergroup aggression and killing results in better resources for group members in both species. Recorded on 05/16/2014. (#28348)

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