Kizu, one of the Koshima macaques
Andrew J. J. MacIntosh
Macaque tooth wear was identical to our ancestors, throwing into question the long held belief that tool use caused the markings on hominin tooth fossils.
One of Newcastle’s macaque monkeys.
Without research on primates, we wouldn’t be able to understand the human brain – or repair it.
New research shows macaques can show autism-like behaviour.
Calm down, kids. You don’t want to end up short like uncle Harry now do you?
Infant monkeys who play more develop better motor skills even though they grow more slowly, a study has found.
What’s up, bro?
Macaque monkeys grow up with their mothers and are often not familiar with their fathers. But they can recognise the paternal side of the family even without ever being introduced to them, according to…