Cassandre Kaplinsky

Cassandre Kaplinsky is a graduate student interested in ecology and the evolution of social behavior. She has been studying the Rhesus monkeys of Cayo Santiago to understand how a changing climate and extreme weather events influence social behavior in hopes of shedding light on how and why sociality evolved and what global climate change could mean for all social species.
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Recent Stories

The way they live, the food they eat, and the effect on us

A true but unlikely tale

Story and Photographs by William Rowan

Increasing day length on the early Earth boosted oxygen released by photosynthetic cyanobacteria.

Genomic evidence shows that Denisovans and modern humans may have overlapped in Wallacea.