In the Shadow of Man - Chapter 9, Flo and Her Family, Chapter 10, The Hierarchy Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Flo and Her Family, Chapter 10, The Hierarchy Summary and Analysis

Flo has two elder sons, Faben and Figan. Faben is three or four years older than Figan. She has a daughter, Fifi, and her younger child, a son, Flint. Fifi was becoming fascinated with little Flint. Sometimes Flo would push her away but as he grew, Fifi was allowed to touch him and play with him. Goodall and Hugo deeply enjoyed watching Flint grow up.

Flint started to respond to Fifi by three months and Fifi continued to grow interested. Flo seemed to become more playful as she played with both children. Sometimes she even let Fifi hold him. In contrast, Faben and Figan paid Flint little attention. Goodall then recounts other adventures with the family. At five months, Flint could ride Flo well and took his...

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