Wild blonde capuchin [monkeys] have invented a new and tool-conserving method to fish for termites, researchers have just discovered.
The technique, reported in the latest Royal Society Biology Letters, has never been documented before for primates, including humans. In fact, people who recently tried out the new five-step termite fishing method found that it worked better than anything else at retrieving the nutritious, yet pesky, insects, which some human cultures eat too.
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