"We're taking real tools from biology and applying them in a super serious way. I hope people find the humor in this," says the Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology.
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In a new study, Dartmouth's Nathaniel Dominy and Donald Pease suggest that the Dr. Seuss character the Lorax was based on the patas monkey. The monkey is native to Kenya, where Seuss, the pen name of Theodor Geisel '25, vacationed in 1970.
Click here to read the full article "'I speak for the trees': Could this monkey be Dr Seuss’s Lorax?" in Nature, the international journal of science.