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Surprising monkey study: Bad times do not cause group members to change behavior

20:00 EDT 29 Oct 2017 | AAAS

(University of Southern Denmark) Researchers have observed an unexpected behavioral pattern in monkeys in Puerto Rico. As the population density in the group rises, the group as a whole produces fewer babies -- this is no surprise. But, to the surprise of researchers, it turned out that the group's individual members did not change behavior. How does this add up?

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