Charlotte Stoudt: Israeli Monkey's Lessons in Evolution Commentator and television writer Charlotte Stoudt has become very interested in a female macaque monkey who lives in an Israeli zoo. She thinks the young monkey has something to teach humans about what it means to evolve.
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Charlotte Stoudt: Israeli Monkey's Lessons in Evolution

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Charlotte Stoudt: Israeli Monkey's Lessons in Evolution

Charlotte Stoudt: Israeli Monkey's Lessons in Evolution

Charlotte Stoudt: Israeli Monkey's Lessons in Evolution

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Commentator and television writer Charlotte Stoudt has become very interested in a female macaque monkey who lives in an Israeli zoo. She thinks the young monkey has something to teach humans about what it means to evolve.

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