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    Monkey teaches human to use tool - GIF

    A Capuchin monkey teaches a human to use a stone tool.




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    He's hired.
    that fills the skills shortage.

    I watched a tv shows on apes a few weeks ago and a big feller had a collection of tools he was using for different tasks like breaking open coconuts.
    I was fascinated, an ape with his own tool box. the tools were either stone or stick - perhaps the sticks were snap-on
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    Smoke makes electronics work, if it escapes the equipment breaks.
    Got to keep the smoke in. bla bla bla - TUNE FOR MAXIMUM SMOKE that's what i say.

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    You wont catch a millennial able to do that. lol.
    Smoke makes electronics work, if it escapes the equipment breaks.
    Got to keep the smoke in. bla bla bla - TUNE FOR MAXIMUM SMOKE that's what i say.

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    I think he was one of my training officers on the police department many years ago......

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    I like where the monkey looks up at the human as if to say "don't you get it??"

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    Maybe it is also...''reverse'' video ?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeJasonT View Post
    He's hired.
    that fills the skills shortage.

    I watched a tv shows on apes a few weeks ago and a big feller had a collection of tools he was using for different tasks like breaking open coconuts.
    I was fascinated, an ape with his own tool box. the tools were either stone or stick - perhaps the sticks were snap-on
    More likely the sticks were "snap-off"


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