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Do chimpanzees have something akin to culture? Bringing together studies of behavioural variation within and among chimpanzees and bonobos - the sibling species of the genus "Pan" - this book provides the basis for answering this question. In "Chimpanzee Cultures", leading authorities on chimpanzees and bonobos chronicle the animals' behaviours from one study site to the next, in both captive and wild groups, in laboratory and field settings.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780674116634
ISBN-10: 0674116631
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 184mm x 31mm)
Pages: 448
Imprint: Harvard University Press
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publish Date: 27-Nov-1996
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Richard Wrangham

Richard W. Wrangham is Ruth Moore Professor of Anthropology at Harvard University. William McGrew is Professor of Anthropology and Zoology at Miami University (Ohio). Frans B. M. de Waal is C. H. Candler Professor of Primate Behavior in the Psychology Department and Director of Living Links, part of the Yerkes Primate Center, Emory University. Paul G. Heltne is President, Chicago Academy of Sciences.

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