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51) In a group of monkeys, such as these long-tailed macaques, mothers groom their infants; females groom males; males groom females; older offspring groom their mother. All combinations of grooming partners are possible. A large group of long-tailed macaques, including some mothers holding infants on their bellies, sit together. 
			An adult male in the top row is being groomed by two other animals.

Notes: A large group of long-tailed macaques, including some mothers holding infants on their bellies, sit together. An adult male in the top row is being groomed by two other animals.
Question for younger students: Can you find all the animals?
Photo © by: Roy Fontaine

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