primate social organization

primate social organization - Why are primates social? Food...

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Why are primates social? Food Learning Defence Safety Mates/Choice Help
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Social Organization Social group regular interaction Social structure sex, age Social organization behavioural aspects of structure
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Residence Pattern
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Social Organization Monogamy : Owl monkey Solitary : Orangutan
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Social Organization Polyandry : 1 female, multiple males Cottontop tamarin Polygynous : 1 male, multifemale Mountain Gorilla
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Social Organization Multimale-multifemale : Baboon troop All male : Chimp patrol
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Chimp
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Chimpanzee: Pan troglodyte 3 species Central, East & West Africa Black pelage Dimorphic: 85% Males 65kg/150 lb Bare faces
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Social Organization: Chimps 30-80 members Multi-male, multi- Fission/fusion Male philopatry
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Habitat Home range Day/night range Core area Territory
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Chimp Diet 300 different plants Omnivorous Fruit Small animals 1. Quality 2. Distribution 3. Availability
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Hunting Jane Goodall Red colobus Meat or sport?
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