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Baboons: Survivors of the African Continent

Popular Science Out of Print
Series: Cousins
By: Louise Barrett
96 pages, 90 col photos, illus, figs
Publisher: BBC Books
Baboons: Survivors of the African Continent
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  • Baboons: Survivors of the African Continent ISBN: 9780563537571 Hardback Dec 2000 Out of Print #110264
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Introduction to these hardy primates, detailing where they live and how they survive. Covers the social life of the baboon, revealing the secrets of baboon society, where females establish close relationships with their relatives that often last an entire lifetime. Parenting is also touched upon, with coverage of young baboons' learning of complex social and survival skills.

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Popular Science Out of Print
Series: Cousins
By: Louise Barrett
96 pages, 90 col photos, illus, figs
Publisher: BBC Books
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