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Monkey Business

When we think about people keeping wild animals as pets, we usually think back to a weird daytime TV programme about the American family living with a tiger in their back yard. 1,144 more words


For all that knew her in Walford

Tessa Channell  Wed, 1 May 2013 17:36:48 +0100

Theresa slipped away this afternoon at 3.46pm Spanish time

Larger than life, funnier than most stand ups, adorable, independent, and gone. 371 more words


Monkey Fights and Explanations

I have to apologize for my last post. It seems that the lovely article I slaved over (ok I wrote it in 30, edited it in 20) previously published without any text. 1,440 more words

Costa Rica

Thoughts on the First 10 Days

I am starting this blog because Facebook kicked me out. Apparently something seemed “suspicious” (couldn’t have been the VPN I was using..) and locked me out of my account. 1,039 more words

Costa Rica

Bl. Honoratus Kozminski-16 December 2016

Bl. Honoratus Kozminski

on the 100th anniversary of his death

Blessed Honorat was born on October 16, 1829 in Biala Podlaska (Poland). He was the son of Stefan Kozminski and Aleksandra Kahlowa and at baptism, was given the name of Wenceslaus. 513 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

Monkeys 'throw spanner' in our understanding of human evolution by accidentally making tools | The Independent

Among the earliest forms of tools used by the ancestors of modern humans, a stone split to form a razor-sharp cutting edge has been used by palaeontologists investigating our evolution for decades. 38 more words


What do capuchin stone tools tell us about human evolution?

A month ago at ESHE and now online in Nature, Proffitt and colleagues describe stone-on-stone smashing behavior among wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus… 681 more words