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Ryan J. Trubits

In: 21st Century Anthropology: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 63: Primate Behavior Studies

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Primate Behavior Studies
Primate behavior studies

Our species’ existence is an enigma that intrigues both scientists and the average human. The reason that we are even able to scratch the surface about this complex question is due to our ability to think critically, maintain culture, and articulate in a manner that has allowed other humans to understand. Humans are able to achieve success based on the ability to express their thoughts in written language, making use of semiotic systems. Scholars for the past 2 centuries have laid the bedrock of knowledge about our close biological and behavioral ties to the primates of this world. This evidence has provided the scientific community and the average human being an understanding of primate behavior as well as the opportunity ...

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