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Monkeys Have Their Own Version of YouTube Where They Teach Each Other Tricks

It's the monkey how-to series. (YouTube)

Humans have been watching videos to learn how to fishtail their hair and photoshop their heads onto others’ bodies for quite some time, but a recent study shows that we’re not the only ones who can learn this way.

A group of Brazilian marmosets learned to open boxes for rewards after watching how-to videos of other marmosets performing the same actions, Nature reports. Read More

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Gerbils and Gay Bombs: 10 of the Most Obscure Sex Articles on Wikipedia

Look out, mile high club .(Philosophy of Science Portal)

With Wikipedia providing 24/7 access to information about  everything, chances are you’ve used the site to build up your wealth of sexual knowledge at least once. From pages on the basics looked up by preteens to articles on the type of arcane sex move you first heard of in a movie staring Russell Brand, Seth Rogen or someone of that sort, it’s all there. While on an adventure through the depths of Wikipedia, Betabeat discovered some of the most obscure and little-known articles relating to sex. Here they are: Read More