The answer to this question depends on how narrow culture is defined. If it is used broadly to refer to a complex of learned behavior patterns, then it is clear that we are not alone in creating and using culture. Many other animal species teach their young what they themselves learned in order to survive. This is especially true of the.
In Hawaii, while visiting a charter school, I learned how integrated learning could be used successfully with culture. The students were studying traditional gardening (culture). As part of this topic they learned about the seasons and elements (science) measurement, volume and distance (maths) and the impact of the garden on society (social.