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Chimps Reveal Their Taste in Music

If you ever run into a group of chimpanzees in a record store, you may find them congregating around the Indian classical section. Credit: Getty Creative That's according to a new study that tested the musical tastes of humans' primate cousins. The researchers found that while chimpanzees shun the steadily strong beats common in Western genres, they like Indian ragas and Akan tunes from West Africa. "Our objective was not to find a preference for different cultures' music," study co-author Frans de Waal, a primatologist at Emory University in Atlanta, said in a statement. Rather, the researchers used music from Africa, India and Japan to test how the primates reacted to specific acoustic...

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An ancient reef that once teemed with primitive sea life has been unearthed in Africa. Credit: Getty Editorial The reef, which dates to 548 million years ago, is the oldest animal-built reef ever found. RELATED: Life in Australia's Great Barrier Reef The coral-like creatures, dubbed Cloudina, may have built the superstructures to protect themselves from predators or to soak up the nutrients from ocean currents, said study co-author Rachel Wood, a geologist at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. (See Images of the Ancient Reef Fossils) During the Ediacaran Period, which lasted from about 635 million to 542 million years ago, all life lived in the sea, and most creatures were...

Jockey, Horse Die at Toronto Racetrack

OTTAWA - A jockey and horse died during a practice run at the Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto early Tuesday after the horse suffered a medical attack, fell and crushed the rider. Credit: Getty Creative Toronto Police spokeswoman Constable Jenniferjit Sidhu told AFP the jockey at 6 am (1000 GMT) "was in the saddle when the horse went into an unexplained wild gallop. "The jockey was crushed into the track railing and then by the weight of the horse," she said. "Something medical happened to the horse and the jockey was just at the wrong place at the wrong time," she added. Paramedics pronounced the rider dead at the scene. The horse also died in the incident on a secondary track. The...