Anthropology

One of the great differences between human cultural behavior and that of monkeys and apes is that: (Points : 1)
a great deal of human culture is learned through language.
humans learn their culture through mimicking their parents.
humans do not have instinctual behavior.
apes and monkeys do not change their culture over time.

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