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Folia Primatol (1995) 65 (1): 43–47.
Published Online: 16 September 2008
... California. Los Angeles. Calif., USA, and b Combe Stream Research Centre, Kigoma. Tanzania Key Words Scavenging Chimpanzee Gombe National Park Pan troglodytes Meat-eating Feeding behavior Tanzania Introduction Hunting by wild chimpanzees has been well documented from field sites in a variety...
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Folia Primatol (1994) 63 (2): 84–87.
Published Online: 16 September 2008
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Blue monkey Cercopithecus mitis Forest birds Predation Meat-eating Colobus Mount Kilimanjaro Tanzania Brief Report Folia Primatol 1994;63:84-87 Norbert J...
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Folia Primatol (1992) 59 (4): 203–206.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Blue monkey Cercopithecus mitis Guenon Crowned eagle Stephanoaetus coronatus Predation Antipredator behaviour Tanzania Brief Report Folia Primatol 1992;59:203-207...
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Folia Primatol (1985) 45 (1): 44–47.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
..., few data exist on variation in the duration of this stage of labor in free-ranging primates. In Mikumi National Park in Tanzania we recorded an interval in excess of 2 h between delivery of the infant and expulsion of the placenta in a yellow baboon ( Papio cynocephalus ). This observation...
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Folia Primatol (1998) 69 (3): 121–128.
Published Online: 22 April 1998
... Reserve, Tanzania, which is subject to a bimodal seasonal climate. We show that during a period at the end of the dry season, the troop spent significantly more time feeding at the expense of resting, had a higher dietary diversity and ranged over a much greater area than during a period at the beginning...