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Social relationships among the adult members of gelada baboon (Theropithecus gelada) reproductive units remain stable over time, despite the occurrence of potentially disruptive events (including births, deaths and take-overs). Data are presented to show that at least part of the reason why these relationships are stable seems to be that females prefer to interact with their immediate female kin. © 1979, BRILL. All rights reserved.

Original publication

DOI

10.1163/156853979X00403

Type

Journal article

Journal

Behaviour

Publication Date

01/01/1979

Volume

69

Pages

72 - 87