A monkey uses a stick to pick its teeth and nose

Capuchin in Brazil is first observed in wild using nasal probe

bearded capuchin monkey

TOOL TIME  A female bearded capuchin uses a thin stick to probe its nose (left) and teeth (right).

M. Haslam and T. Falótico/Primates 2015 (CC BY 4.0)

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