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Chimps use cleavers and anvils as tools to chop food

• BBC News
The apes' use of such tools can be surprisingly sophisticated.
"For example, nut-cracking in the Bossou chimpanzee community in Guinea involves the use of a movable hammer and anvil, and sometimes the additional use of stabilising wedges to make the anvil more level and so more efficient," explains Ms Koops.

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