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Chimpanzees discover fashion
It all started with a Zambian chimpanzee named Julie in 2010. Julie stuck a piece of grass into her ear, and left it there. And she would do it over and over again. But why? Actually, this "grass-in-ear-behavior" appears to serve no discernible function. But after Julie did it, other chimps in her group began to follow suit.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 14th 2016 (12:00am)
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spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 11/14/16 @ 10:34 AM
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Mirror article found here.

So, since chimps often use grass stalks or sticks to fish out termites from their mounds and turn the bugs into a snack, could these apes be leaving them in the ear for safe keeping? As far as I know, we are the only great apes who wear tool belts.
dave From: dave SAINTS, BABY!!!
Date: 11/14/16 @ 12:39 PM
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Maybe termites love monkey earwax.
spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 11/14/16 @ 09:22 PM
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dave said:
Maybe termites love monkey earwax.
Hey, that's a thought. Maybe chimps use the earwax as a dessert topping on the crunchy insects.

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