What sets mankind's closest relatives -- monkeys, apes, and other primates -- apart from other animals? According to a new study, one answer is that primates are less susceptible to the seasonal ups and downs particularly rainfall that take their toll on other animals. The findings may also help explain the evolutionary success of early humans, scientists say.
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