ANT 3350 - Primate Behavior and Ecology

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An examination of primate behavioral adaptations and the relationships among environmental variables, primate morphology, and behavior. Relevant theoretical developments in ecology and evolution will be introduced, and classic and recent texts in primatology will be discussed. Topics include tropical forest ecology, interspecific interactions, primate diets and feeding adaptations, habitat preferences, ranging patterns, positional behavior, social organization and mating systems, communication, and conservation biology.
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Fall 2016, Spring 2016
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