• 'Mystery monkey' spotted in a Borneo forest could be a rare hybrid of two different species, new study says

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    A silvery langur, left, and a proboscis monkey, right. Getty Images
    An unidentified "mystery monkey"could be a rare hybrid of two different species, a new study says.
    Interbreeding between distantly related species is "rarely observed in the wild," according to the study.
    The hybrid monkey could be an "alarming symptom" of an ecosystem out of balance, the study co-author said.
    An unidentified "mystery monkey" seen in Borneo could be a rare hybrid of two different species, according to a study published in the International Journal of Primatology. The mysterious primate spotted near the...
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