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Academic & Professional Books  Mammals  Primates

Primates in Question The Smithsonian Answer Book

By: Robert W Shumaker and Benjamin B Beck
194 pages, 99 Col photos
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  • Primates in Question ISBN: 9781588341761 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The book is a comprehensive response to the many thousands of calls and letters the Smithsonian receives regarding questions related to monkeys, apes, lemurs, tamarins, and their relatives.
`a very well-researched and well-organised book presenting a comprehensive overview of many aspects of primate evolution, biology and social behaviour. And all this in a style that is easy to read' Jane Goodall

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By: Robert W Shumaker and Benjamin B Beck
194 pages, 99 Col photos
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