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Unformatted text preview: arboreal and quadrupeds. Display Behavior: They walked around the branches most of the time and didn’t bother to pay attention to anyone who was looking at them. Ever 5 to 10 minutes they would go back to there bowl and nibble on a piece of hay or two then go back to what they were doing before. Presenting: No presenting was done, but in ring-tailed lemurs, during estrus the perineum of the female swells up and turns pink. The male will then have a non-physical stink fight by scent marking there tails sticking it in the opponents face. What happens when food is introduced by the zoo keepers? They already had food in the bowls, and would stop by to take a bite every few minutes. They looked pretty calm and sat down when they ate. Comments: The cage was decorated nice and everything, they also had enough food. In my view they were kind of the most boring ones to watch....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course ANTHRO 300 taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at American River.
- Spring '11