Which animals have entered the 'Stone Age'?

Dec 11, 2022
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That's a boarding house reach - when these stone age debutants can make fire, well now you're advancing!
 
Jan 17, 2023
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Tell me you didn't understand the article without telling me you didn't understand the article.
 
Jan 18, 2023
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Many years ago I was on the tip of Long Island NY. There was a concrete bridge crossing one of the arms of the inlet. The seagulls found that they could put a clam in their mouths, fly high over the bridge and drop the clam on the cement thus breaking the shell. Hmmm, raw clams.

Question; is this a tool? I might give up my cat for a pet seagull.

JB
 
Nov 28, 2019
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The article mentions Thai macaques using tools in the past: " These tools were likely employed between 1950 and 2004, according to a 2016 paper...
I can't remember which Thai island that I was on in 2012, I lived various places in Thailand for 3 years, however I watched these macaques use rocks to break open mussels. This was apparently 8 years after researchers last saw this behavior. Hopefully, they still do this.
 

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