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Knowledge of Social Relations

@inproceedings{Seyfarth2013KnowledgeOS,
  title={Knowledge of Social Relations},
  author={R. Seyfarth and D. Cheney},
  year={2013}
}
  • R. Seyfarth, D. Cheney
  • Published 2013
  • The vervet monkeys had moved out of their sleeping trees to forage on the ground. While the adults fed, the juveniles played in a nearby bush. Macauley, the rambunctious son of a lowranking female, wrestled Carlyle, the daughter of the highestranking female, to the ground. Carlyle screamed, chased Macauley away, and then went to forage next to her mother. Apparently the fi ght had been noticed by others, because a few minutes later Shelley, Carlyle’s sister, approached Austen, Macauley’s sister… CONTINUE READING
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