Call combinations in wild chimpanzees

@article{Crockford2005CallCI,
  title={Call combinations in wild chimpanzees},
  author={C. Crockford and C. Boesch},
  journal={Behaviour},
  year={2005},
  volume={142},
  pages={397-421}
}
  • C. Crockford, C. Boesch
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Behaviour
  • Summary By combining different call types, such as barks with screams, individuals have the potential to vastly increase the range of information that can be decoded by listeners. Few animal studies, however, have examined the information content of call combinations compared with the information conveyed by each call singularly. We examined several aspects of call combinations in the repertoire of wild chimpanzees in the Tai Forest, Ivory Coast, including the types of combinations, the… CONTINUE READING

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