Ya. Yu. Rozhkova

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Results from three years of observations of a corralled group of hamadryas baboons at the Adler Primatology Center (Tuapse reservation) are presented. Studies of the social function of grooming in baboons showed that grooming is not only an important means of maintaining the integrity and unity of the group, but also played an important role in forming and(More)
The causes of aggression in rhesus macaques kept in a corral are considered with cognizance of the composition of conflicting pairs and the types of aggression. More than 85% of cases of aggressive interactions seen on the background of a peaceful setting in the group were found to occur in the context of avoiding proximity to the unwanted partner,(More)
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