Infanticide by males and its implications: Male infanticide and defense of infants in chacma baboons

@inproceedings{Palombit2000InfanticideBM,
  title={Infanticide by males and its implications: Male infanticide and defense of infants in chacma baboons},
  author={R. Palombit and D. Cheney and J. Fischer and S. E. Johnson and D. Rendall and R. Seyfarth and J. Silk},
  year={2000}
}
  • R. Palombit, D. Cheney, +4 authors J. Silk
  • Published 2000
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