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Title: Ape socioecology
Author(s): Ancrenaz, Marc
Cheyne, Susan M
Humle, Tatyana
Rawson, Benjamin M
Robbins, Martha M
Williamson, Elizabeth A
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Editor(s): Arcus Foundation,
Citation: Ancrenaz M, Cheyne SM, Humle T, Rawson BM, Robbins MM & Williamson EA (2015) Ape socioecology. In: Arcus Foundation (ed.) State of the Apes: Industrial Agriculture and Ape Conservation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. xv-xxv.
Keywords: bonobo
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Date Deposited: 10-Mar-2016
Abstract: First paragraph: This section presents an overview of the socioecology of the seven species of nonhuman apes: bonobos, chimpanzees, gibbons (including siamangs), eastern and western gorillas, and Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. For more detailed information, see Wich et al. (2009b), Emery Thompson and Wrangham (2013), Reinartz, Ingmanson and Vervaecke (2013), Williamson and Butynski (2013a, 2013b), and Williamson, Maisels and Groves (2013).
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