Primate Hearing and Communication

@inproceedings{Quam2017PrimateHA,
  title={Primate Hearing and Communication},
  author={R. Quam and M. Ramsier and R. Fay and A. Popper},
  booktitle={Springer Handbook of Auditory Research},
  year={2017}
}
The diverse and well-studied order Primates serves as an excellent model for understanding the evolution of acoustic communication among mammals. Over the past 60 million years, primates have evolved into more than 300 extant species that range from nocturnal to diurnal, arboreal to terrestrial, and solitary to groups of thousands, and they range in body mass from the 30-g pygmy mouse lemur (Microcebus myoxinus) to the 175-kg eastern lowland gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri). Nonhuman primates… Expand

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