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Field Notes: Life on Monkey Island

I’m finally back after a summer field season studying monkeys in Japan! My research was conducted on Koshima Island, the birthplace of Japanese Primatology and home to a population of almost 100 Japanese macaques. You may have heard of

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Fractals Fractals Everywhere!

Unlike the geometry you learned in high school, which consists of smooth shapes and straight lines (circles, squares, triangles, etc.) fractal geometry … Continue reading

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