Daily Mail The adrenaline monkeys! Fearless primates leap from 30ft trees into alligator ... Daily Mail A troupe of daredevil monkeys have been caught on camera dive bombing 30ft out of a tree into alligator-infested water.
Monkeys and people treat risk and wealth the same SmartPlanet.com (blog) Monkeys and humans make similar choices about risk and have the same sensitivity to wealth, according to a study published this month.
Congress is standing up for primates! Representatives Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) have just re-introduced the Captive Primate Safety Act, H.R. 2856, a bill which would end the shameful interstate pet ...
Primates make rational financial decisions: Study Zee News Primates are capable of making rational financial decisions, and just like wealthy humans, the 'wealthier' of our primate relatives are more likely to take risks, a new study has found.
Earthweek - A Diary of the Planet Aquatic Apes Love to Swim: Researchers Earthweek - A Diary of the Planet The scientific belief that apes shun water and stay on dry land has been shattered by a video that shows some of the primates enjoying...
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