Many species, including crows, chimps, and capuchin monkeys, are known to use tools, but a new paper in Coral Reefs by A. M. Brown et al. (paper free at link and highlighted in Science NOW) reports what may be the first documented case of a tool-using fish.
This blackspot tuskfish, found in Australia's Great Barrier Reef, held a clam in its mouth and smashed it against a rock to reach the food inside. This photo is the first incontrovertible proof that fish are capable of tool use.
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The oldest direct evidence of stone tool manufacture comes from Gona (Ethiopia) and dates to between 2.6 and 2.5 million years (Myr) ago.
Both sets of questions took as a premise the fact that Twitter is a very useful tool for educational purposes. During the documentation process for the meeting, we consulted some blog posts, lists of uses and articles analysing its educational uses.