Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Primate Mothers May Carry Infants After Death as a Way of Grieving

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This shows three baboonsStudying 50 species of primates, researchers found 80% of the species studied performed corpse carrying behaviors as a way to process grief. Following the loss of an infant, some primate mothers carried the body for up to four months following death.