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Menzel conducted his experiment during the time the native akebi fruit, a favorite of Japanese monkeys, was out of season. He placed either a ripe akebi fruit, a piece of chocolate, or nothing at all (the control condition) beside a trail regularly traveled by the monkeys. He waited until a monkey discovered the provisioned food (or approached the area in the control condition) and then followed that monkey for the next 20 minutes. Monkeys who found the ripe akebi fruit immediately stared into the trees where akebi vines might be growing or went to locations where akebi vines grew and inspected them.
All of this occurred signiﬁcantly more often than when either chocolate or nothing was placed along the trail. The monkeys who found chocolate explored the ground near the provisioning site and returned to that site during the 20-minute trials more often than did monkeys in the other two conditions. The Primate Relationship with Nature 13 Emotional Mediation What stands out from these observations—and we could have listed many more—is that primates are skilled at exploiting their natural habitat.