455 pages, 94 b/w photos, line illus
The ability of different primate species to adapt to environmental change varies greatly, which is reflected in their life strategies, and influences their social and reproductive fitness. This is of increasing interest to scientists, in view of the threat to primates in the wild and their treatment in captivity. This text highlights the problems and suggests possible improvements.
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