From: Yale Daily News


Yale Daily News:

Sometimes looking into the past can inform our futures. At least, that’s the guiding principle at Yale’s monkey lab.

Technically called the Comparative Cognition Laboratory (or CapLab), the center is home to 10 brown capuchin monkeys who regularly undergo noninvasive experiments in physical coordination and cognitive functions. Capuchins are one of the most intelligent of all monkey species, and so they are helpful tools for determining how our own brains work.

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