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If you're ever lost in the jungle, follow a chimpanzee. New research suggests the great apes keep a geometric mental map of their home range, moving from point to point in nearly straight lines.
After analyzing all this data, he and Normand found good evidence that the animals chose their routes using a mental map built around geometric coordinates, as opposed to a navigation style based on landmarks for well-traveled routes.
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
Well, the headline saying they use geometry, is completely different from their process appearing "geometric".