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Monkeys Use Stones to Crack Open Nuts | On Assignment

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Published on Feb 13, 2013

In the Brazilian Cerrado, a National Geographic explorer is studying how bearded capuchin monkeys learned to expertly use stone tools to crack open palm nuts.
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