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Lecture 2

ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Philopatry, Bonobo, Hamadryas Baboon


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTB22H3
Professor
Joyce Parga
Lecture
2

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LECTURE 2 Jan.20.11
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEM:
Composition of a group (# of males, # of females)
Group-living vs. alone(cohesive versus solitary)
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES:
Animals only come together to mate (or if food is clumped)
Examples: orang-utan; aye-aye)
Tarsiers, loris, pottos are solitary
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES 2:
Pair living primates are usually very territorial
Example: owl monkey, gibbon
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES 3:
Single-male groups
Some bachelor (all-male) groups with this type of social system
Example: colobus monkey, patas monkeys
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES 4:
Examples: squirrel monkey, ring-tailed lemur
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES 5:
Fission-fusion (type of multi-male, multi-female)
Examples: spider monkeys, ruffed lemurs
SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES 6:
Males provide extensive parental care
Example: marmosets and tamarins
SLIDE MATING SYSTEM:
Describes the # of copulation partners that different individuals have
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