Differing diets of bonobo groups may offer insights into how culture is created

Differing diets of bonobo groups may offer insights into how culture is created

Human societies developed food preferences based on a blend of what was available and what the group decided it liked most. Those predilections were then passed along as part of the set of socially learned behaviors, values, knowledge, and customs that make up culture. Besides humans, many other social animals are believed to exhibit forms of culture in various ways, too.