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Primate Societies

Edited By: BB Smuts, DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth, RW Wrangham and TT Struhsaker
578 pages, 106 b/w photos, 32 illus, figs, 112 tables
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  • Primate Societies ISBN: 9780226767154 Hardback Dec 1986 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Spanning the disciplines of biology, ecology, anthropology and pyschology, this book is the most systematic, detailed description and analysis available of social behaviour across the entire order of nonhuman primates.

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Edited By: BB Smuts, DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth, RW Wrangham and TT Struhsaker
578 pages, 106 b/w photos, 32 illus, figs, 112 tables
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