The study shows that chimpanzee maneuvers in the virtual world share similarities with their real-life navigation.
This is the first time that well-digging has been observed in a group of chimpanzees living in the rainforest.
They say the DNA map could clear up questions about apes' evolutionary past and be used to crack down on poachers and traffickers.
Baran, a 4-year-old chimpanzee born in captivity in Iran, was moved to a Kenyan sanctuary after being rejected by her mother and other chimps.
A Swiss zoo created circumstances favorable to a mother taking care of two newborns: her son and her niece.
The community has a history of infanticide, so it's impossible to say whether or not the chimp was killed because of its albinism.
Both attacks resulted in the deaths of infant gorillas. However, the consumption of the infant victim was only observed in one of the attacks.
Bodycam footage recorded the shooting after the attack in which the 50-year-old suffered bites to her arms, legs and torso.
"The discovery of a new bone in a new species is a rare event, especially in chimps which have such similar anatomy to people," researcher Catrin Rutland said.
Dr. Roman Wittig thinks that "spatial distancing" would be a better term to use, since socializing brings benefits that are necessary, particularly during a global pandemic.
Krefeld Zoo in Germany said chimpanzees, orangutans, gorillas, fruit bats and birds were among the estimated 30 animals killed.
Scientists also observed the chimps sharing the tortoise meat between individuals.
Using tools to dig for food underground was once thought to be a behavior unique to humans.
The results could have important implications for understanding when humans and other great apes diverged in evolutionary terms.
"It's likely that all great apes can understand at least some of this system of gestures."
Chimps beat us to the friendship game.