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Trivia

APCs Insider, August 1, 2014

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What was the first automobile company founded by Henry Ford?
 
a. Cadillac Automobile Company
b. Detroit Automobile Company
c. Ford Motor Company
d. Henry Ford Company
 
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Last week’s question
Next to humans, which animals are the most northern-living primates?
 
a. Golden snub-nosed monkeys
b. Japanese macaques
c. Northern muriquis
d. Western hoolock gibbons
 
The answer is B. Japanese macaques, also known as snow monkeys, are native to the islands of Japan. Their habitats range from sub-tropical to sub-arctic forests. Japanese macaques are divided into two subgroups: Macaca fuscata fuscata and Macaca fuscata yakui. Their fur color varies from grey to yellow brown to all brown. Their faces are pink and they have short, stubby tails. Japanese macaques are omnivorous and they live in groups that average 40 monkeys.



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