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Summarize your data in the following table focusing on the 3 mostprevalent behaviors:BTotal %Observati%Subject 1%Subject 2Time (min)Subject 1Subject 21LmFo2SwFo3LoSo4LmLm5LmLm6WaAg7FoLm8DrAg9LmFo1LmDr1SoLm1SoLm1SwSo1ClFo1LoFo
ons1 33.3%33.3%33.3%2 20%6.67%33.3%3 13.3%13.3%13.3%Total of Observations=Howoftenabehavior wasrecorded for bothindividuals30×100each Subject=How oftenabehaviorwasrecorded for oneindividual15×1001.Which primate did you observe and where did you observe this primate?
2.How would observing primates in the wild be different from observing them in captivity? List one advantage and one disadvantage of studying primates in the wild.
3.What was the most prevalent behavior you observed? Is this something that surprised you? Explain why or why not.
4.Describe any social behavior you observed. Did the behavior hurt or foster group living? If you did not see any social behavior, why do you think this may have been the case?x

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