Monkey magic: how they adapted to become better communicators

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A new study from the Australian National University shows that old world monkeys like baboons, macaques and mandrills have developed bigger temporal lobes in the last 15 million years.

We find out how this makes them better survivalists and communicators.

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Wednesday, January 10 2024
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Featured in storyAlannah Pearson PhD Candidate School of Archaeology and Anthropology Australian National University

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