They have shown an understanding of language and even a sense of fairness, and humans' closest primate cousins have now been found to share a taste for alcohol. Scientists studying chimpanzees in the Republic of Guinea recorded them using leaves in "sessions" of drinking fermented palm sap. It was even reported that some drank enough alcohol to produce "visible signs of inebriation." The reports said that the chimps used drinking tools called leaf sponges - handfuls of leaves that they chew and crush into absorbent sponges, dip into the liquid and suck out the contents. To work out the extent of the animals' indulging, the scientists measured the alcohol content of the wine in the containers and filmed the chimps' "drinking sessions."
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