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Capuchin monkey research shows use of tools is widespread in the animal kingdom

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A capuchin monkey prepares a nut for cracking, consistently placing nuts with the green line, or stop meridian, facing upward. (Credit: Barth W. Wright/Kansas City University)

Tweet Written by Alan Flurry Athens, Ga. – New Caledonian crows that use sticks to poke and prod hard-to-reach food sources are just one example of a species other than humans that use tools. Until now, however, there has been little research concerning the ways nonhumans use tools.

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