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2014.10.08 The PrimateCast #29: Part 5/5 from Our Coverage of the 25th Congress of the International Primatological Society in Hanoi, Vietnam


2014.10.18 Paper Ropert-Coudert Y, Kato A, Meyer X, Pellé M, MacIntosh AJJ, Angelier F, Chastel O, Widmann M, Arthur B, Raymond B, Raclot T: A complete breeding failure in an Adélie penguin colony correlates with unusual and extreme environmental events.

2014.10.16 Paper Kathelijne Koops, Caspar Schöning, William C. McGrew and Tetsuro Matsuzawa: Chimpanzees prey on army ants at Seringbara, Nimba Mountains, Guinea: Predation patterns and tool use characteristics

2014.10.08 Paper Sudarath Baicharoen, Takako Miyabe-Nishiwaki, Visit Arsaithamkul, Yuriko Hirai, Kwanruen Duangsa-ard, Boripat Siriaroonrat, Hiroshi Domae, Kornsorn Srikulnath, Akihiko Koga and Hirohisa Hirai: Locational diversity of alpha satellite DNA and intergeneric hybridization aspects in the Nomascus and Hylobates genera of small apes

2014.09.18 Paper Wilson ML. , Boesch C, Fruth B, Furuichi T, Gilby IC. , Hashimoto C, Hobaiter CL. , Hohmann G, Itoh N, Koops K, Lloyd JN. , Matsuzawa T, Mitani JC. , Mjungu DC. , Morgan D, Muller MN. , Mundry R, Nakamura M, Pruetz J, Pusey AE. , Riedel J, Sanz C, Schel AM. , Simmons N, Waller M, Watts DP. , White F, Wittig RM. , Zuberbühler K, Wrangham RW. Lethal aggression in Pan is better explained by adaptive strategies than human impacts

2014.08.21 Paper Mariska Kret, Masaki Tomonaga, Tetsuro Matsuzawa: Chimpanzees and Humans Mimic Pupil-Size of Conspecifics.