Monkeys of the Tai Forest
by W. S. McGraw

Pages: 360
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 2007
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0511284601


The study of primate behavior and ecology has been an ongoing area of research for over 50 years, building on the pioneering work of such people as C. R. Carpenter, Washburn and DeVore, C. R. L. Hall, J. J. Petter, and the Altmanns. There are relatively few of the 300 plus species of living primates that have not been the object of at least a survey; many have been studied for a complete year; and a few taxa have been the subject of longterm efforts lasting decades (e.g. Strier et al. 2006). Primatology has grown to become an integral part of anthropology or zoology in most parts of the world and a discipline that is the focus of numerous national and international organizations, more than half a dozen specialist journals and numerous book series.

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