Andy’s Quick Hits (216): The “drunken monkey” hypothesis — proven

This had to be a story I covered — monkeys and alcohol sounds too good to pass up. But this is also linked to the “drunken monkey” hypothesis: that humans developed their love for alcohol in earlier primitive times accidentally, and then intentionally, eating fruit that had fermented.

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