A group of scientists, including researchers at the University of Puerto Rico's Caribbean Center for Primate Research, found that monkeys are able to recognize paternal blood relatives, even if they've never seen them before. The results of their study were published in the peer-reviewed journal Current Biology.
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What does who opens the door on a date on a frigid Cambridge evening have to do with a lush island offthe shores of Puerto Rico? For that matter, what does this island, teaming with squealing free-ranging rhesus monkeys, have to do with some of the best minds at Harvard?
The 2015 annual calendar for the University of Puerto Rico, will feature pictures from the primates at Cayo Santiago, Humacao. The pictures were taken by students of Graphy Design and photography at the University of Puerto Rico in Carolina.