Scientists have found a bunch of long-tailed macaques (steady now, that’s the easy joke) in Indonesia that fish.
“Groups of long-tailed macaques were observed four times over the past eight years scooping up small fish with their hands and eating them along rivers in East Kalimantan and North Sumatra provinces, according to researchers from The Nature Conservancy and the Great Ape Trust.”
Four times in eight years? Why, that’s barely a dalliance. And no gear? What the hell do they have to argue about during all that downtime? I’m beginning to doubt their commitment to monkeydom.
“Meijaard, a senior science adviser at The Nature Conservancy, said it was unclear what prompted the long-tailed macaques to go fishing.”
Ahhhh, there we have it, they’re fishing writers. Welcome Bobo, Chim-Chim and Snowflake.