Human is Different because Cooperation

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Human is Different because CooperationHuman is Different because Cooperation

Recent studies have revealed that humans are different from other species because of its ability to develop a greater culture through cooperation and sharing of knowledge. Human is Different because Cooperation

Scientists to compare how children of men, monkeys, and chimpanzees in solving the puzzle. As a reward of success, giving scientists a sticker on the human and fruit in chimpanzees.

The study, published in the journal Science this week revealed that the children of men working together to solve puzzles, while chimpanzees and monkeys do not.

“The Son of Man will teach and motivate each other. We immediately see hundreds of cases in which children give stickers to the other,” says Kevin Laland, a biologist University of St Andrews in Scotland.

“While in chimpanzees and monkeys, we did not see examples of sharing,” said Laland as quoted by the New York Times, Thursday (03/01/2012).

Scientists also do not see a mother chimp share with their children as in humans. In fact, the mother would often steal the fruit’s puppies. This study underscores the importance of education in the modern world. Through education, knowledge can be disseminated and updated. Human is Different because Cooperation

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