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Apes show ability to recognize someone else's beliefs, study suggests

Apes show ability to recognize someone else's beliefs, study suggests | CBC | October 06, 2016
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Source: CBC
October 06, 2016
Scientists using homemade videos featuring a person in a King Kong costume have documented a remarkable cognitive skill shared by chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans: the human-like ability to recognize when someone else's beliefs are wrong.

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