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Japanese macaques preyered fish in winter, there is a photo for the first time

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Japanese macaques preyered fish in winter, there is a photo for the first time

According to East Network: Japan Xinzhou University, the research team, on Saturday (7th), public Japanese macaques in the snow to eat squid, the team will prey in the world's first in November last November. The class research report, which mentioned that Japanese macaque prey in the winter, provided direct evidence.

The team is in the highland of Matsumoto City, Matsumoto, 2017, collected 38 macaqueria samples, analyzed by DNA, found in multiple samples containing fish and aquatic insect DNA. The team judges that they are in winter, and they may be preyed directly from the river in the river, rather than eating dead fish on the shore. Only until last year, the team still did not shoot the relevant photos.

The photo was photographed and donated by the 66-year-old photographer after Fuji Mei in January 2019. Previously, the academic community believed that Japanese macaques also used plants as staple food and minimaic activity. The upper high altitude is about 1,500 meters, and the lowest temperature in winter is less than 20 degrees. It can be said to be the world's coldest in the monkey habitat. The team believes that macaques may be in this harsh living environment, they have mastered the special behavior of eating fish.