Resource-Related Deceptive Alarm

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A new report by {Wheeler, B. (June 2009), Proceedings of the Royal Society B} exposes ‘R.R.D.A.’ amongst capuchin monkeys in Iguazá National Park, Argentina. The deceitful lil’ buggers proffer two-syllable cooing sounds, normally uttered in response to danger, for “no apparent reason […] other than to chase the other individuals off the food platform”.

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