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Thank you. Narrator: In a remote part of Africa, there's something new under the sun. Our closest living relatives are getting bold. Chimps are supposed to be afraid of water, but this young male is climbing down for a dip. One chimp seems to think she's got it and shoves Judy aside. A minute ago, Judy was the only one with the knowledge. Now another has it, and, quickly, the trick spreads throughout the group. How can the chimpanzee get the snack? She has never seen this puzzle before. Josep call (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology) : For 10 minutes, there is no solution in sight. That seems natural to us. But generating ideas and sharing technologies? That's one scientific definition of culture. For Whiten, culture includes the human arts from opera to Oprah, but it also covers the rudimentary traditions of ape societies. He keeps a hand on a natural safety line as he overcomes his fear. Has a boy or girl ever had more fun in a swimming hole? Wild chimps have never before been seen playing like this. While the swimming hole is revealing chimps' emotions in the field, a new laboratory study is showing off their amazing rational powers. At the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, psychologist Josep Call places a peanut in a clear tube. Andrew Nestler's Guide to Mathematics and Mathematicians on The Simpsons.