The Water Bowl: Stressed Baby Monkeys Endure Lifelong Consequences

08/22/2011 at 12:00 PM EDT

Stressed Baby Monkeys Endure Lifelong Consequences
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A new study shows that baby monkeys who get separated from their mothers suffer from irreversible changes to their brains, making them anxious and anti-social throughout their lives. A different study shows a similar finding for humans. –BBC News

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A West Virginia man says that one of his chickens laid an egg slightly bigger than a penny, and that it may be among the world's smallest chicken eggs. "If you want to know the truth, I can't put it into words," he said. –AP

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