How Sniffing Poop Helps Monkeys Stay Healthy loading...
How Sniffing Poop Helps Monkeys Stay Healthy
Like humans, mandrills of central Africa have strategies to avoid getting sick.
The World’s Snowiest Place Is Starting to Melt loading...
The World’s Snowiest Place Is Starting to Melt
The mountains of northwestern Japan have long received up to 125 feet of snow a year—but that's starting to change, prompting locals to ask how long it will last.
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Lost Tourist Says Monkeys Saved Him in the Amazon
Locals believe the young man angered forest spirits—before he disappeared mysteriously for nine days—but he is just glad to be alive.
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A Mob Of Cute Baby Squirrel Monkeys Born At Taronga
See adorable photos of a troop of squirrel monkeys born at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.
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Rare Tamarin Baby At Taronga Looks Like A Tiny Punk
It’s the first cotton-top tamarin born in Taronga Zoo in 10 years.
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Why Did the Monkey Try to Mate With Deer?
Why did a male macaque mount a sika deer in Japan? Scientists have some theories.
Bet You’ve Never Heard of This Shy, Colourful Monkey loading...
Bet You’ve Never Heard of This Shy, Colourful Monkey
Drill monkeys share a colourful feature with their cousin the mandrill.
Oldest Non-Human Stone Tools Outside Africa Created by Monkeys loading...
Oldest Non-Human Stone Tools Outside Africa Created by Monkeys
Archaeologists excavate cashew-crunching tool sets that have been used by capuchin monkeys in Brazil for a hundred generations.
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Meet The Monkey Midwives!
Scientists discover golden snub-nosed monkeys help each other during birth.
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Monkey Hunting Could Drive These Species Extinct
The bush meat business is thriving on Bioko Island to the detriment of its primates and the forests they inhabit.
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In the hidden world of remote China, scientists are on a mission to protect the mysterious snub-nosed monkeys that were once believed extinct.

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