By Paca Thomas |
During field research in Ethiopia’s Guassa plateau, Dartmouth primatologist Vivek Venkataraman encountered a remarkable scene: wolves and monkeys casually commingling. Why weren’t these Ethiopian wolves making little monkey meals out of the baby baboons? In fact, they seemed to do everything they could to avoid raising a ruckus, spending hours roaming through the large gelada herds foraging for rodents.
The video (click here) explores the curious behavior—and why it’s likely not to escalate to the relationship canines enjoy with humans.
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