Use of Time and Resources by Provisioned Troops of Monkeys

Social Behaviour, Time and Energy in the Barbary Macaque (Contributions to Primatology)
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S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Animal behaviour, Primates, General, Primate Behavior, Psych
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL12929742M
ISBN 103805542631
ISBN 139783805542630

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Some of the best known provisioned sites in primate studies such as Takasakiyama and Arash- iyama are such by: Seasonality as well as human food affected the diet and activity budget of the group of bearded capuchin monkeys living in the Brasília National Park. During the dry season capuchins ate more human food, flowers and seeds than in the wet season, during which they ate more fruits and invertebrates.

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Females give birth to their first infant at an earlier age, inter -birth interval is reduced, and infant survivorship is significantly enhanced in provisioned troops.

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