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Small monkey groups may win territorial disputes against larger groups because some members of the larger, invading groups avoid aggressive encounters.
An unusual signal detected results from waves in Lake Gatun, the reservoir that forms the Panama Canal channel.
The fifth Howler Monkey census at the Smithsonian's Barro Colorado Island research station in Panama, organized by Katie Milton, professor in the department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management at the University of California, Berkeley, revealed that monkey numbers have not changed significantly since the first census 33 years ago.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.