Sunday, December 10, 2023

Now that’s entertainment!

A white-faced saki monkey has a snack at the Korkeasaari Zoo in Finland.

Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET


Helsinki, Finland’s Korkeasaari Zoo is doing its best to keep its white-faced saki monkeys from getting bored. Researchers from Aalto University have set up a video monitor that allows the primates to watch a series of videos, which they say provides stimuli and improves their well-being. The researchers say it seems to have helped because there is less scratching by the monkeys. Apparently, the biggest hits were slithering worms or underwater scenes, according to

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