Psychedelic Solution

Part two:

Hierarchy

All primates self-organize into hierarchies. To what extent and degree of inflexibility is determined by level of evolutionary development (size of the frontal lobe and environmental influences). Capuchin monkeys have a far more rigid hierarchical system than chimps, and bonobos have a far less rigid system of hierarchy than chimps. As social animals, primates rely on hierarchy to organize to gather resources, fend off threats from predators, and to chase away competition. Hierarchy is also used to ensure only those with the most brute strength…

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Brooks Park

Mystical Hedonist; Drug Geek; Psychonaut. Prone to irreverent social commentary.