Tuesday, June 10, 2008


What would macaques do?
But he said it showed a side of the monkeys that is well-known to researchers — an ability to adapt to the changing environment and shifting food sources.

"They are a survivor species, which has the knowledge to cope with difficult conditions," Meijaard said Tuesday. "This behavior potentially symbolizes that ecological flexibility."
I wonder how macaques would go about adapting to and/or solving our current energy and food crisis. They probably wouldn't have allowed it to get to this point though.

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