Cathy Barrette

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In spite of grossly malformed jaw joints, presumably from birth, the animal survived in the wild for at least 3 years. Instead of a deep glenoid fossa folded over a cylindrical condyle to form a hinge, both joints had freely open articulating surfaces and a mandibular condyle without neck. The neckless condyle produced a shorter moment arm of resistance in(More)
The social behaviour of 8 captive muntjacs was studied from May to October 1970 and 1971. In 1970 close range observation and photography resulted in a descriptive account of the animal's social behaviour patterns. In 1971, 450 h of observation of undisturbed muntjacs living in a 2200 m2 enclosure were devoted to a quantitative study of social interactions.(More)
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