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(Earth.com)   Climate change driving monkeys to move from trees to live on the ground, walk upright, discover fire, develop power of speech, imprison Charlton Heston   (earth.com) divider line
    More: Strange, Primate, tree-dwelling primates, international study, climate change, Lemur, populations of arboreal primates, species of monkeys, large-scale  
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290 clicks; posted to STEM » on 11 Oct 2022 at 6:55 AM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-11 7:44:23 AM  
I've seen that. As I recall I have a ménage a trios with a hot human and a cute chimp. Bring it on.
 
2022-10-11 8:33:51 AM  
Well that escalated quickly
 
2022-10-11 2:50:38 PM  
Again? See? I told the engineers that treed were a mistake. But, nooo. Try telling Magratheans anything. Look what this one did to that coastline. Crinkly as all hell.

The mice are going to be furious.
 
2022-10-11 7:49:31 PM  

LouisZepher: Again? See? I told the engineers that treed were a mistake. But, nooo. Try telling Magratheans anything. Look what this one did to that coastline. Crinkly as all hell.

The mice are going to be furious.


I want some of what you are smoking.
 
2022-10-11 8:32:25 PM  

MellowMauiMan: LouisZepher: Again? See? I told the engineers that treed were a mistake. But, nooo. Try telling Magratheans anything. Look what this one did to that coastline. Crinkly as all hell.

The mice are going to be furious.

I want some of what you are smoking.


Berry Blue.
 
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