Chimps With Grasping Hands
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How Chimpanzees got grapsing hands (The Inside Story)
Some chimps are born with grasping hands, and others without.
The different chimps battle for the food source (pictured as bananas). The chimps with grasping hands are able to move more easily.
Chimps with grapsing hands are more fit because they can get to the food more easily. It also allows the to grab branches and not fall to their deaths. By eating and not falling, these chimps with grasping hands are able to survive and reproduce, passing on their genes to their offspring.
The chimps without grasping hands are not selected by nature and die. Eventually, chimpanzees evolve so that all of them have grasping hands and are properly adapted to survive, eat, and reproduce in that environment.
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