Ch. 12 Primate Behavior
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An animal that has numerous offspring for whom it provides very little care is said to be:
When a female is ready to mate and is at her peak fertility time, she is said to be:
more access to resources
Dominant individuals within a primate group experience
The evolution of sexual dimorphism may be explain through:
access to mates
Males are limited in their reproductive success by
Considering the environment in which the primates live and how it affects social structure is using what kind of approach?
The observation technique in which one animal is chosen and followed and all behaviors are recorded is called
T/F: Extant primates are living primates.
T/F: Grooming is an example of an aggressive behavior
T/F: In some primate groups, blinking or yawning may be threat gestures.
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