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Even monkeys need spa day: study
A relaxing soak in a hot tub is a time-honored stress reliever but the advantages are not confined to humans -- with monkeys also benefiting from spa time, researchers in Japan say.
Israeli chief rabbi calls black people ‘monkeys’
One of Israel’s chief rabbis called black people “monkeys” during his weekly sermon.
Zika attacks placentas of pregnant monkeys
When Zika infection occurs during pregnancy, the virus may damage the placenta, new research found. This may explain how the infection causes birth defects.
Antibody cocktail completely halts Zika infection in monkeys
US researchers said they had zeroed in on a trio of antibodies that completely prevented Zika virus infection in monkeys.
Monkeys have vocal tools but not brain power for language
The vocal tracts of macaques — a group of Old World monkeys — are ready for speech. Their brains are not. That's the takeaway from a new paper published in the journal Science Advances.
Earliest evidence of monkeys’ use of stone tools found
Using tools is very old monkey business.
Monkeys know what they don't know
Rhesus monkeys are aware of the limits of their knowledge, new research shows.
France zoo searches for "extremely rare" stolen monkeys
Thieves took seven golden lion tamarins and 10 silvery marmosets, which all belong to the Brazilian government, from the Beauval zoo.
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