I just watched the National Geographic film Jane, about the life and work of Jane Goodall in Gombe with the chimpanzees. She was sent by Dr. Leaky to study the chimps in the wild to get some insight into how early man may have lived and acted. After watching, I can understand how some people do not like the idea of us humans being evolved from and descendants of these primates who share almost the exact DNA as us. Their behavior is less than admirable from what humans like to think is humane. Yet...besides the maternal care and affection the mother showed for her baby, the use of tools to catch termites (and hit each other with) and the general camaraderie exhibited in the community, they acted much like wild adolescents, screaming at each other, fighting, waging war with other tribes, stealing things (actually sneaking around). So, the work my have shed light on how early man acted and definitely shed light on how many modern men act.