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9th April, 2012
Ms. Satsue MITO passed away at the age of 97 years old.
MITO is the person who collaborated with the researchers to start the longest-running study of wild Japanese monkeys in Kohshima island since 1948.
Mito was a teacher of a primary school at the time. In the summer of 1953, she witnessed the sweet-potato washing behavior. The behavior originated by Imo, the young monkey, spread into the group.
PRI has the visual archives of the most famous classic study of
Director, Hirohisa HIRAI