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Jean-Baptiste Leca, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

University of Lethbridge

Canada


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Robbing and bartering in Balinese long-tailed macaques

The macaques living around the Uluwaty Temple (south Bali) have become experts at robbing temple visitors of eyeglasses that they use as token (to exchange them for food)

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The macaques living around the Uluwaty Temple (south Bali) have become experts at robbing temple visitors of eyeglasses that they use as token (to exchange them for food)
The macaques living around the Uluwaty Temple (south Bali) have become experts at robbing temple visitors of eyeglasses that they use as token (to exchange them for food)
Posted by Jean-Baptiste Leca on 10 October 2015 Full Size|

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