These monkeys are creating tools thought to be unique to humans — by accident – The Washington Post

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– Rachel Feltman
Crows do it, chimps do it, even spitting archerfish do it – tool use isn’t even close to being uniquely human. But it turns out that something scientists did think was unique to our kind – the repeated creation of sharp stone flakes that our ancestors used for cutting up meat – may not be all that special. Researchers […]
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