Some clever monkeys in the wild have devised an anvil and stone hammer method for quickly cracking nuts.
Translation of monkey speak reveals that at least some of our fellow primates communicate a lot about leopards, birds of prey and falling tree branches.
New fossil evidence points the way toward solving the mystery of how the animals arrived in the New World.
Monkeys never paid much attention to mirrors, until they finally figured out how to use them.
We humans can be led to believe that the higher the price, the better the quality. Monkeys aren’t so foolish.
Nearly every primate, including humans, hates getting ripped off, finds research.
Animals in the wild can learn from instructional videos, according to new research that opens the door to further education of animals.
A veritable barrel full of monkeys -- five new species -- has been found in the tropical forests of South America. Continue reading →
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