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Primate Ecology & Social Behavior

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT 301
Professor
Chris Kirk
Semester
Spring

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Primate EcologySocial BehaviorWednesday February 06 2013201 PM EcologyPrimate Ecology study of how primates interact with their environment including other organismsMost primate live in tropical habitatsWithin the tropics there is a diverse range of primate habitats Other important variables altitude seasonality soil etcKey Factor Mean annual Temperature higher in tropics Less seasonal variationMost primates cant tolerate cold temperaturesOnly tropic habitats not occupied Deep DesertFundamental concept in ecologyNiche ecological role of species within a larger community of organismsDescribes how a species lives in an ecosystem including both The range of conditions necessary for a species persistence and 1 its impact on the environment1Niche descriptions are multidilusional total range behaviorDescriptions of a niche include things likeDiet frugivore folivore insectivoreLocomotion terrestrial or arborealoArboreal quadrupedActivity pattern diu
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