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Luke Vinze Article Review 1 As we speak, researchers are making discovers that is making monkey poop worth its weight in gold. How could this be? Well, you could be a Peruvian drug lord that is searching for amazing fertilizers, or you could have a fecal fetish and just like the sweet cinnamon and mahogany smell; maybe, but probably not. Then, what could be drive possibly drive someone to stand for hours in the hot steamy brazilian rainforest to chase swinging and howling monekys around diving for their dung. Karen Strier explains in her article, “Menu for a Monkey.” Karen teaches anthropology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She studies conservation and primate behavioral ecology. Her research led her to the jungles of southern Brazil to study the diets of the mariquis monkey. She wanted to know how this species of monkey is diet is related to its physiology, anatomy, adaptive processes, behavior, social relationships, health, and reproductive cycle. Through her research she is
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ANTH 1023 taught by Professor G during the Fall '07 term at Arkansas.

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