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Researchers examine closest living relative to primates
Researchers at Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, in collaboration with scientists representing institutions around the world, have discovered the closest living relative to primates. View News Article (2007-11-02)


Primates expect others to act rationally
When trying to understand someone's intentions, non-human primates expect others to act rationally by performing the most appropriate action allowed by the environment, according to a new study by researchers at Harvard University. View News Article (2007-09-07)


Researchers find an evolutionarily preserved signature in the primate brain
Researchers have determined that there are hundreds of biological differences between the sexes when it comes to gene expression in the cerebral cortex of humans and other primates. View News Article (2008-06-20)


Which came first: Primates' ability to see colorful food or see colorful sex?
The adaptive significance of the unique ability in many primates to distinguish red hues from green ones (i.e., trichromatic color vision) has always enticed debate among evolutionary biologists. View News Article (2007-06-27)


Primates are more resilient than other animals to environmental ups and downs
What sets mankind's closest relatives - monkeys, apes, and other primates - apart from other animals? According to a new study, one answer is that primates are less susceptible to the seasonal ups and downs - particularly rainfall- that take their toll on other animals. View News Article (2010-12-02)


Pythons and people take turns as predators and prey
People and giant snakes not only target each other for food - they also compete for the same prey, according to a study co-authored by a Cornell University researcher. View News Article (2011-12-15)


Behavioral studies show UV contributes to marsupial color vision
Work reported this week provides new evidence that marsupials, like primates, have functional color vision based on three different types of color photoreceptor cones-but unlike primates, a component of marsupial color vision includes sensitivity to ultraviolet wavelengths. View News Article (2006-03-21)


Primate calls, like human speech, can help infants form categories
Human infants' responses to the vocalizations of non-human primates shed light on the developmental origin of a crucial link between human language and core cognitive capacities, a new study reports.  View News Article (2013-09-03)


Bushmeat poses threat of simian retrovirus transmission to humans (pp 911, 932)
Epidemiological research from central Africa in this week's issue of THE LANCET highlights how a new form of retrovirus - simian foamy virus (SFV) - can be transferred from primates to humans as a result of hunting for bush meat. Although the effect of simian foamy viruses on human health is not yet known, authors of the research state that a reduction in hunting and consumption of bushmeat will... View News Article (2004-03-17)


Tree-dwelling mammals climb to the heights of longevity
The squirrels littering your lawn with acorns as they bound overhead will live to plague your yard longer than the ones that aerate it with their burrows, according to a University of Illinois study. View News Article (2010-02-25)

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