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The Asian Elephant: Ecology and Management
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The Genesis of Animal Play. Testing the Limits
  • P. Lee
  • Philosophy
  • Animal Behaviour
  • 1 October 2005
As readers discover that play is deeply rooted in biology, yet not understandable without a mental space in the player, this book could be titled, The Paradoxes of Play. To anybody, play isExpand
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Growth, weaning and maternal investment from a comparative perspective
The process of weaning is related to a critical or threshold body weight attained by offspring among large-bodied mammals; the anthropoid primates, ungulates and pinnipeds. While weaning weight wasExpand
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Gorillas in the Mist
  • P. Lee
  • Biology
  • Animal Behaviour
  • 1986
The presented book we offer here is not kind of usual book. You know, reading now doesn't mean to handle the printed book in your hand. You can get the soft file of gorillas in the mist in yourExpand
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The Amboseli elephants : a long-term perspective on a long-lived mammal
The Amboseli Elephants is the long-awaited summation of what’s been learned from the Amboseli Elephant Research Project (AERP)—the longest continuously running elephant research project in the world.Expand
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The movement of African elephants in a human-dominated land-use mosaic
Land outside of gazetted protected areas is increasingly seen as important to the future of elephant persistence in Africa. However, other than inferential studies on crop raiding, very little isExpand
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The Human Community as a Primate Society [and Comments]
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Growth and ontogeny of sexual size dimorphism in the mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx).
We present body mass (N = 419) and crown-rump length (CRL, N = 210) measurements from 38 male and 49 female mandrills born into a semifree-ranging colony in order to describe growth from birth toExpand
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The impact of wildlife-related benefits on the conservation attitudes of local people around the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
In recent years there has been a proliferation of projects aiming to integrate human development needs with conservation objectives, and to establish mutually beneficial relationships for theExpand
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Early maternal investment in male and female African elephant calves
  • P. Lee, C. Moss
  • Biology
  • Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
  • 1 April 1986
SummaryThe suckling behaviour of 130 freeranging elephant calves aged between birth and 4.5 years old was examined in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Analyses of frequencies of suckling and durationsExpand
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