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When carrying objects, nonhuman primates often show bipedal locomotion. Studies of primate bipedality, however, in both nature… Expand Researchers have long suspected that nonhuman primates have long-term spatial memory for locating food. However, few empirical… Expand Capuchin monkeys are well known for population variation in the use of stone tools and the types of food items consumed. In order… Expand The present study describes the flexor and extensor muscles in Cebus libidinosus' forearm and compares them with those from… Expand The genotoxicity of two nitroimidazole derivatives, ornidazole (ONZ) and metronidazole (MTZ) in the peripheral blood lymphocytes… Expand In contrast to Old World primates, that have uniform trichromacy, New World primates present a sex related colour vision… Expand The use of stone tools by wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) is known in many populations in savannah-like… Expand Capuchin monkeys occupy a wide range of habitats where they feed on fruits, arthropods, and vertebrates. Their large home ranges… Expand