A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted a census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy.
A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted a census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy. Todd Feeback TMS
A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted a census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy. Todd Feeback TMS

Primate armpits: What they reveal about us and apes

February 14, 2016 02:00 AM