Quirks and Quarks | May 22, 2010 | 8:02

Monkeys Munch on a Locust Lunch

Dr. Peter Fashing has been studying Gelada monkeys in the Ethiopian highlands for many years. These monkeys are unique in the primate world, in that they mostly live on grass, grazing in large groups of up to several hundred animals on the vegetation of their alpine home.

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