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Some chimpanzees have had a terrible back ground, spending most of their childhood time in people's homes as pets. Some of these have almost completely known nothing to do their prior experience in the wild since they were ophaned at a very tender age. Some behaviours and survival skills are instinct so they are learned from nature. Most chmpanzees can identify and choose which food to eat regardless of if tey had lessons from their parents. I am wondering though, if this is works for all aspects of life in himpanzees with such terrible back grounds?