Lessons of Nature: Do Teachers and Pupils Exist in the Animal Kingdom?

Scientists used to think animals learned by imitation and that teaching was an exclusively human occupation. Now though, experiments with crows, ants and meerkats are proving otherwise.

Smadar Reisfeld
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