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Capuchin Monkeys Using Tools

Capuchin Monkeys Using Tools
Capuchins are considered the most intelligent New World monkeys. The Tufted Capuchin is especially noted for its long-term tool usage, one of the few examples of primate tool use other than by apes.


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Posted by skywalker on November 30, 2010
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