Marmosets are even more generous when no one is watching: Researchers baffled as they defy primate norms and appear to be SELFLESS

When someone offers to share a meal with you, it's usually because they're a kind and generous person. 
Not so for monkeys. 
Scientists have developed a different explanation for why primates are willing to share with one another. 
Monkeys only tend to be generous in public because they want to enhance their status (thereby appearing more attractive to potential mates), boost their offspring, or perhaps sharing is a required norm within the group.
But a new study has left scientists puzzled after marmoset monkeys seem to defy those scientific norms.
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30 March 2018 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail

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