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Spontaneous play imitation in a human encultured chimpanzee: Part 3 of 4

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Published on Sep 16, 2010

In this video, Viki demonstrates many skills and curiosity remarkably similar to those of a human child of similar age. Viki was taught by her caretaker experts the same way that children learn skills necessary for growing within and navigating the social milieau, by modelling appropriate interactions with cultural artefacts and who provided ample opportunity to playfully imitate those behaviours within a secure environment.

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