What are behavioral adaptations for chimpanzees?

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Chimpanzees have developed a few different behavioral adaptations. Chimpanzees have chosen to live in communal groups with up to fifty others. They are better able to find food and protect their territory in this way. Nest building is another behavioral adaptation that chimpanzees have adapted. They will build their nests in the tops of the trees to protect themselves from predators. This gives them a safe place to sleep during the night. Male chimpanzees will hunt together and will even use tools that they gather when looking for food. Visit (http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/chimpanzee.htm) for more on chimpanzees.
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Chimpanzees usually are in favor of Fission-Fusion Polygyny. Additional fact would be that they are also carnivores, not vegetarians like most like to believe.
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Behavioral adaptation occurs when a species modifies its behaviors in order to ensure survival. These changes occur through evolution, which is the modification of a species via descent
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They throw crap and get their favorite meals with sticks and grooming. It would be like if I ate lice from your head. Not implying that you do. lol
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Their hands and feet are well adapted for grabbing branches and
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