Monkeys can recognize paternal relatives they've never met

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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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