Japanese monkeys are apparently having sexual intercourse with deer

Nature gets pretty weird sometimes.

Macaques may have just entered the Stone Age

Crack open a nutty one.

Humans are not unique in understanding the basics of language

A paper published recently in Nature Communications details how a team lead by Dr. Ben Wilson and Professor Chris Petkov used a brain imaging technique to identify the neuronal evolutionary origins of language. Their findings help us understand how we learn to speak, and could allow new treatments for those who lose this ability from aphasia after a stroke or dementia.