Re: Definition, Please

Date: Mon Nov 26 2001 - 12:37:57 GMT

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    > protecting their feet. At the top of the tree, the chimp will then grab
    > another smooth branch and place it beneath themselves using the branch as
    > padding.
    > Are the branches memes? If not, why not?

    Not the branch is a meme but the behavior of using the branch for padding
    Other chimps can look at the chimp using the branch and copy his behavior.

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