Monkeys can use basic logic to decipher the order of items in a list

Keeping track of rankings could be useful for monitoring social pecking orders in the wild

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KEEPING ORDER Rhesus macaques can remember the order of items in a list, a mental feat that may prove handy in the wild.

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