Which of the following best summarizes the author's main point? A. Oversimplified comparisons of animal societies could diminish the likelihood of developing a unified science of sociobiology. B. Understanding the ways in which animals as different as termites and rhesus macaques resemble each other requires train in both biology and sociology. C. Most animals organize themselves into societies that exhibit patterns of group behavior similar to those of human societies. D. Animals as different as termites and rhesus macaques follow certain similar and predictable patterns of behavior. E. A study of the similarities between insect and vertebrate societies could provide the basis for a unified science of sociobiology.