Secrets of the Rainforest: Capuchin Dinner Debate

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In the wild, social groupings appear to have their obvious merits. But for white-faced capuchin monkeys, established groups that travel and gather food together aren't exactly cheerful democracies. Grace Davis with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute is learning how alpha males hoard food and enforce a strict hierarchy over their fellow members.