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In a first for wild primates, scientists use ‘Fitbit’ technology on a troop of baboons to reveal the price of sticking together—and who pays the most. more

World-first research proves ‘cockies’ learn unique bin-opening behavior by copying others more

Study warns that changing climate in the Congo Basin is impacting assessment of the endangered apes more

Scientists and bird conservationists call for a national rescue plan to stem the dramatic decline in breeding birds more

The fine nose of storks

June 21, 2021

Smell leads storks to freshly mown meadows more

During their development, male and female orangutans choose different role models to observe - setting them up to learn sex-specific foraging patterns more

Largest study of its kind reveals the way relative brain size of mammals changed over the last 150 million years more

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