BERLIN (AP) — Scientists have observed wild chimpanzees tucking into an unusual snack: tortoises, whose hard shells they crack against tree trunks before scooping out the meat.
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Squirrels pack away food and plan for the future, not sure why a "scientist" would be intrigued seeing that behavior in chimps. Who cares anyway, the world will end in 12 years due to climate change, according to "scientists".

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Stupid article from far-left Yahoo. What did they expect? The monkey was hungry, the monkey had opposable thumbs, so the monke used its hands instead of its mouth to open the shell.

Lots of other mammal, bird, and fish species do this to eat turtles but use their mouths or beaks because those are the tools that they have. This is not a breakthrough - it's clickbait.

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