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Title: Ape socioecology
Author(s): Arcus Foundation,
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Citation: Arcus Foundation (2021) Ape socioecology. In: State of the Apes: Killing, Capture, Trade and Ape Conservation. State of the Apes, 4. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. xviii-xxxi.
Issue Date: 2021
Date Deposited: 8-Jun-2021
Series/Report no.: State of the Apes, 4
Abstract: First paragraph: This section presents an overview of the socioecology of the different non-human apes: bonobos; chimpanzees; eastern and western gorillas; gibbons (including siamangs); and Bornean, Sumatran and Tapanuli orangutans. The information provided in this section is largely drawn from Emery Thompson and Wrangham (2013), Mittermeier, Rylands and Wilson (2013), Reinartz, Ingmanson and Vervaecke (2013), Robbins (2011), Robbins and Robbins (2018), Wich et al. (2009), Williamson and Butynski (2013a, 2013b), and Williamson, Maisels and Groves (2013).
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DOI Link: 10.1017/9781108768351
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