Do animals really imitate humans in fighting?

  Recently, Beijing Wildlife Park issued a statement in response to tourists verbally abused and beaten in the park: some animal families followed suit in the animal shelter that night, and the scene was out of control. It was only after the patient education of the keepers that the fight was not good, especially bad. . From a scientific point of view, will animals learn and emulate humans in fighting?
  On the afternoon of August 7th, two tourists had disputes over trivial matters while visiting the Beijing Wildlife Park. They abused and beat each other and caused “a large number of tourists and nearby animals to watch.” The two parties reconciled after mediation by the local public security organs.
   Subsequently, the Beijing Wildlife Park issued a statement: the summer weather is hot, it is important to maintain a good attitude when traveling, and to ensure the safety of your family is the most important. According to insiders, it was the first time that the animals near the place where the two sides saw the fight between humans, which impressed them. Some animal families followed suit in the animal shelter that night, and the scene was out of control for a while. It was only after the patient education of the breeder that the fight was not good, especially bad.
   This statement quickly went viral, and the content of the “inside sources” was more often understood by netizens as a kind ridicule and allegory of the zoo. However, from a scientific point of view, will animals learn and emulate humans in fighting?
  The behavior of zoologists is “mother’s mark” or ear-splitting.
   In the 1950s, the Austrian scientist Lorenz conducted an experiment to make several ducklings just hatched that they could not see the other ducks, only him when they opened their eyes. Subsequently, these ducklings regarded him as a “mother”, followed him all day long, and imitated him when they walked. Lorenz called this the “mother mark” of the animal. Because of this contribution, Lorenz became one of the 1973 Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine.
   Of course, the behavior of some zoologists is not a “mother’s mark”, but rather an impression. For example, parrots learn tongues because they follow their masters for a long time. What the masters often say and what they will say is completely an unconscious conditioned reflex behavior. The words they doctrine do not represent any meaning. If the host’s language is more civilized, they will learn polite language. But when the owner’s language is vulgar, they will also learn to swear and swear.
  Chimpanzees do not teach people will fight, and extremely vicious
   addition to the parrot, there is a good mimic the human animal is a chimpanzee. It is precisely because they belong to advanced non-human primates and possess similar IQ and psychological activities to humans, so they can involuntarily learn human behaviors and even fights and other violent behaviors. They are all born with or without a teacher. There is such a story in the book “The Apeness of Mankind” by Frans de Val, an authority in the field of primatology.
   The Arnhem Zoo in the Netherlands competed for the supreme power of the chimpanzee group among three chimpanzees. Nicky is 17 years old and is in the mature stage. Physically, he looks like a “upstart”, but he seems to be a little more tender when he is a leader. Ye Luoen is not fit to be a leader physically, but he is “scheming.” Root is the strongest. It can snatch food from any male orangutan or drive them away. He is born to take the lead. So Ye Ron helped Nicky defeat Rout, let Nicky become the leader, and Ye Ron became a military division.
   However, Nicky quickly forgot who helped it seize power, and completely “quarreled” with Ye Ron. Root, who saw the opportunity, won the throne on the night they completely turned their faces. After taking power, Lut was deeply loved by female orangutans. But after a while, Nicky and Yeluoen, who had lost their power, reconciled and cooperated to attack Lut. In the end Lut bleeds and died.
   This story shows that non-human primates do not need to be taught by humans, and they will fight like humans. In fact, humans have not taught them how to fight. Therefore, it is possible for chimpanzees to fight with human beings. Even without a human demonstration, they would fight, and they are extremely vicious.
  You can use human language to educate the animal
   so animals can have ethical and value judgments do in education breeder?
   In fact, human language can be used to educate animals, but they do not understand human language, so the effect of education can be imagined. The most common circus trainers, mainly through punishment or rewards with food, let the animals develop a certain way of behavior.
   Therefore, from an educational point of view, a zoo can make animals realize that fighting is “especially bad” in one night, which can be regarded as “immediate” and worthy of “learning” from the human system. But from a scientific point of view, the metaphor and educational implications of this statement are obviously more prominent.