Chimpanzees, like most of the great apes, are omnivores. Despite this, they are the only great apes, with the exception of humans, to consume meat on a frequent basis. Furthermore, chimpanzees exhibit the highest level of cooperation when foraging. This article analyzes the cooperative foraging behavior of Tai chimpanzees.
Crows are highly intelligent and social creatures. As a result, they are capable of learning from their flock mates which humans are dangerous. This article discusses the ability of crows to memorize faces and retaliate - by flock.
Unlike most insects living in temperate climates, monarch butterflies are incapable of surviving long, harsh winters. Every fall, monarch butterflies fly south to wait out the winter at roosting sites. Every spring, they return. This article attempts to compile various explanations of the migration patterns of monarchs.
This article describes the mating behavior of male long-jawed spiders under lab conditions. Specifically, a description of mate selection and sexual encounters is supplied. These spiders seem to lack courtship rituals, which is strange as courtship serves a number of functions, such as reducing the risk of predation and species recognition.