Edited By: MA Elgar and BE Crespi
340 pages, 10 line figs
Cannibalism is a form of behaviour which has far-reaching implications for a species' ecology, life-history, and evolution. This book covers the contextual and taxonomic diversity of cannibalism and explains its costs, benefits, and consequences for a taxonomically broad distribution of species from lower eukaryotes to higher primates.
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