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(Wired)   Scientists beginning to understand why the apes are flinging poo at you   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, great apes, orangutans, scientists, linden, chimps, Leipzig Zoo, Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, apes  
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2013-07-19 09:24:56 PM  
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2013-07-19 09:01:56 PM  
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doglover: Their findings are the first report of such a long-lasting memory in nonhuman animals.


There's reams and reams and reams of data from 1000s of years ago till this very day including many actual studies as well as historical evidence, expert testimony, and simple observable facts.

Do they find recruit journalists from a group of post apocalyptic children who lived in a sterile bunker their whole life? What the fark?

Ya know, when I fling poop I take a knuckleballers approach. It's not about the speed or the overall athletic ability.

What's the texture, what's the mass, under 3/4 a kilo, ya gotta adjust.

Peanut, corn? 2nd phalange contact point. Tighten your approach, enjoy your poo reality.

Pitching poo is not a skill, it's not an art, it's poo!

Swamp Thing?!! Woot!
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