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Is this natural?

These monkeys live in groups. The stronger monkeys have better access to the best food. When the weaker monkeys try to get some food by themselves, the stronger monkeys would get angry and hurt them, so the weaker monkeys must wait until the stronger monkeys have eaten, and don’t end up getting much food. But what the weaker sometimes does is borrowing a baby monkey. It will carry the baby along to try to get food. In such a situation, the stronger will allow the weaker to get close. The stronger will share food and don’t hurt the weaker. As you can see, this is buffering.

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Is this natural?

These monkeys live in groups. The stronger monkeys have better access to the best food. When the weaker monkeys try to get some food by themselves, the stronger monkeys would get angry and hurt them, so the weaker monkeys must wait until the stronger monkeys have eaten, and don’t end up getting much food. But what the weaker sometimes does is borrowing a baby monkey. It will carry the baby along to try to get food. In such a situation, the stronger will allow the weaker to get close. The stronger will share food and don’t hurt the weaker. As you can see, this is buffering.

Thank you!✨✨
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