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by Christophe Boesch

Author: Christophe Boesch
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (August 31, 2009)
Pages: 196 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.5
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Sex Strategies in the Forest.

Sex Strategies in the Forest. The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimpanzees and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour. It explains why sex competition and predation pressures in a forest chimpanzee population made the females of the group highly social and gave the males a high level of within-group solidarity, making them very xenophobic towards outsiders. Love is what makes war possible.

The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimpanzees and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour

The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimpanzees and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Real Chimpanzee: Sex Strategies in the Forest. Delgado J. Choice Magazine. Discusses the debate of ecological pressures and social organization, and their influences on the evolution of warfare, altruism and the position of females.

Among primatologists, Christophe Boesch has long been a dogged advocate for continuities between ape and human cognition, regularly reminding . The chimpanzees of the Tai Forest: Behavioral ecology and evolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The chimpanzees of the Tai Forest: Behavioral ecology and evolution. Boesch, . Kohou, . Néné, . & Vigilant, L. (2006).

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The title should read: Christophe. Boesch: The real chimpanzee. Sex strategies in the forest. The online version of the original article can be found under. In the Mahale Mountains National Park of Tanzania, a group of about 33 chimpanzees were observed to surround a leopard den containing a mother and at least one cub and to drag out and kill the cub. This is the first report of chimpanzees or any other primate species killing their potential predator's offspring.

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The Real Chimpanzee book. It explains why sex competition and predation pressures in a forest chimpanzee population made the females of the group highly social and gave the males a The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimpanzees and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour.

1. Make love and war? 2. Inconspicuous female superiority 3. The tyranny of the testis 4. Odyssey through our forest past 5. Make war to get love 6. The real chimpanzee 7. When sex became destructive 8. Postscript: Fedora's fate

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Real Chimpanzee : Sex Strategies in the Forest. by Christophe Boesch.

The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimps and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour. Christophe Boesch brings back to the table the debate over ecological pressures and social organization, and the influence they have over issues such as the evolution of warfare, co-operation, altruism and the position of females.

The Real Chimpanzee encapsulates the fascinating behaviour of wild chimpanzees and discusses the differences observed in different populations across the species, and across the many levels of their social behaviour. It explains why sex competition and predation pressures in a forest chimpanzee population made the females of the group highly social and gave the males a high level of within-group solidarity, making them very xenophobic towards outsiders. Love is what makes war possible. Christophe Boesch brings back to the table the debate over ecological pressures and social organization, and the influence they have over issues such as the evolution of warfare, co-operation, altruism and the position of females. Written in an accessible style for a general audience as well as for undergraduate and graduate students, he presents insightful views to give readers the background information to understand the struggle for survival of our closest living relative, the chimpanzee, and through this to find some keys to the ever-so-intriguing question of what makes us human.