Series: Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology Volume: 41
418 pages, 2 col plates, 25 illus, 20 tabs
Macaques are the most comprehensively studied of all monkey groups, and the 20 known species feature a broad diversity in their social relationships making them a particularly good group for exploring the evolution of societies. This book will be of primary interest to those studying animal behaviour and primatology, but will also be useful to those involved in the study of human societies.
'! although the book concerns macaques, it will be of interest to anyone studying animal social behaviour. ! it provides many future directions for the study of macaque social behaviour, and is indispensable reading for anyone interested in the evolution of primate societies.' Primate Eye
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