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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, ISSN 0168-1591, 10/2018, Volume 207, p. 123
Nest building is an advanced and complex activity that wild orangutans engage in, yet they do so on a daily basis and with potential safety consequences. Like... 
Nesting | Nests | Night | Nesting behavior | Social factors | Conspecifics | Monkeys & apes | Nest building | Zoos | Social interactions | Aquariums | Animal behavior | Place preferences | Orangutans
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by J. W. Ferry Slik and Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez and Shin-Ichiro Aiba and Patricia Alvarez-Loayza and Luciana F. Alves and Peter Ashton and Patricia Balvanera and Meredith L. Bastian and Peter J. Bellingham and Eduardo van den Berg and Luis Bernacci and Polyanna da Conceição Bispo and Lilian Blanc and Katrin Böhning-Gaese and Pascal Boeckx and Frans Bongers and Brad Boyle and Matt Bradford and Francis Q. Brearley and Mireille Breuer-Ndoundou Hockemba and Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin and Darley Calderado Leal Matos and Miguel Castillo-Santiago and Eduardo L. M. Catharino and Shauna-Lee Chai and Yukai Chen and Robert K. Colwell and L. Chazdon Robin and Connie Clark and David B. Clark and Deborah A. Clark and Heike Culmsee and Kipiro Damas and Handanakere S. Dattaraja and Gilles Dauby and Priya Davidar and Saara J. DeWalt and Jean-Louis Doucet and Alvaro Duque and Giselda Durigan and Karl A. O. Eichhorn and Pedro V. Eisenlohr and Eduardo Eler and Corneille Ewango and Nina Farwig and Kenneth J. Feeley and Leandro Ferreira and Richard Field and Ary T. de Oliveira Filho and Christine Fletcher and Olle Forshed and Geraldo Franco and Gabriella Fredriksson and Thomas Gillespie and Jean-François Gillet and Giriraj Amarnath and Daniel M. Griffith and James Grogan and Nimal Gunatilleke and David Harris and Rhett Harrison and Andy Hector and Jürgen Homeier and Nobuo Imai and Akira Itoh and Patrick A. Jansen and Carlos A. Joly and Bernardus H. J. de Jong and Kuswata Kartawinata and Elizabeth Kearsley and Daniel L. Kelly and David Kenfack and Michael Kessler and Kanehiro Kitayama and Robert Kooyman and Eileen Larney and Yves Laumonier and Susan Laurance and William F. Laurance and Michael J. Lawes and Ieda Leao do Amaral and Susan G. Letcher and Jeremy Lindsell and Xinghui Lu and Asyraf Mansor and Antti Marjokorpi and Emanuel H. Martin and Henrik Meilby and Felipe P. L. Melo and Daniel J. Metcalfe and Vincent P. Medjibe and Jean Paul Metzger and Jerome Millet and D. Mohandass and Juan C. Montero and Márcio de Morisson Valeriano and Badru Mugerwa and Hidetoshi Nagamasu and Reuben Nilus and Susana Ochoa-Gaona and ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 6/2015, Volume 112, Issue 24, pp. 7472 - 7477
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American Journal of Physical Anthropology, ISSN 0002-9483, 09/2015, Volume 158, Issue 1, pp. 92 - 104
ABSTRACT Objectives Maximum ingested food size (Vb) is an empirically tested performance variable that can shed light on feeding energetics and adaptation in... 
allometry | bite force | monkey | feeding energetics | gape | STREPSIRRHINE PRIMATES | ADAPTATIONS | PREDICTION | FRACTURE | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | EOCENE | EGYPT | ANTHROPOLOGY | MORPHOLOGY | SYMPHYSIS | Regression Analysis | Animals | Mastication - physiology | Bite Force | Phylogeny | Anthropology, Physical | Haplorhini - physiology | Primates | Physiological aspects | Food and nutrition | Allometry | Analysis
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American Journal of Physical Anthropology, ISSN 0002-9483, 09/2015, Volume 158, Issue 1, pp. 92 - 104
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by J W Ferry Slik and Janet Franklin and Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez and Richard Field and Salomon Aguilar and Nikolay Aguirre and Jorge Ahumada and Shin-Ichiro Aiba and Luciana F Alves and K Anitha and Faizah Metali and Vincent P Medjibe and Jean Paul Metzger and Thiago Metzker and D Mohandass and Miguel A Munguía-Rosas and Rodrigo Muñoz and Eddy Nurtjahy and Eddie Lenza de Oliveira and Onrizal and Andres Avella and Pia Parolin and Marc Parren and N Parthasarathy and Ekananda Paudel and Rolando Perez and Eduardo A Pérez-García and Ulf Pommer and Lourens Poorter and Lan Qi and Maria Teresa F Piedade and Francisco Mora and José Roberto Rodrigues Pinto and Axel Dalberg Poulsen and John R Poulsen and Jennifer S Powers and Rama Chandra Prasad and Jean-Philippe Puyravaud and Orlando Rangel and Jan Reitsma and Diogo S B Rocha and Samir Rolim and Gerardo A C Aymard and Francesco Rovero and Andes Rozak and Kalle Ruokolainen and Ervan Rutishauser and Gemma Rutten and Mohd Nizam Mohd Said and Felipe Z Saiter and Philippe Saner and Braulio Santos and João Roberto dos Santos and Selene Báez and Swapan Kumar Sarker and Christine B Schmitt and Jochen Schoengart and Mark Schulze and Douglas Sheil and Plinio Sist and Alexandre F Souza and Wilson Roberto Spironello and Tereza Sposito and Robert Steinmetz and Patricia Balvanera and Tariq Stevart and Marcio Seiji Suganuma and Rahayu Sukri and Aisha Sultana and Raman Sukumar and Terry Sunderland and Supriyadi and H S Suresh and Eizi Suzuki and Marcelo Tabarelli and Meredith L Bastian and Jianwei Tang and Ed V J Tanner and Natalia Targhetta and Ida Theilade and Duncan Thomas and Jonathan Timberlake and Márcio de Morisson Valeriano and Johan van Valkenburg and Tran Van Do and Hoang Van Sam and Jean-François Bastin and John H Vandermeer and Hans Verbeeck and Ole Reidar Vetaas and Victor Adekunle and Simone A Vieira and Campbell O Webb and Edward L Webb and Timothy Whitfeld and Serge Wich and John Williams and Peter J Bellingham and Susan Wiser and Florian Wittmann and ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 02/2018, Volume 115, Issue 8, p. 1837
Knowledge about the biogeographic affinities of the world's tropical forests helps to better understand regional differences in forest structure, diversity,... 
Forests | Biological evolution | Species classification | Classification | Phylogenetics | Biogeography | Environmental changes | Phylogeny | Tropical forests | Dry forests | Biological diversity
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by Slik, J.W.F and Franklin, J and Arroyo-Roíguez, V and Field, R and Aguilar, S and Aguirre, N and Ahumada, J and Aiba, S.-I and Alves, L.F and Anitha, K and Avella, A and Mora, F and Aymard C., G.A and Báez, S and Balvanera, P and Bastian, M.L and Bastin, J.-F and Bellingham, P.J and van den Berg, E and da Conceição Bispo, P and Boeckx, P and Boehning-Gaese, K and Bongers, F and Boyle, B and Brambach, F and Brearley, F.Q and Brown, S and Chai, S.-L and Chazdon, R.L and Chen, S and Chhang, P and Chuyong, G and Ewango, C and Coronado, I.M and Cristóbal-Azkarate, J and Culmsee, H and Damas, K and Dattaraja, H.S and Davidar, P and DeWalt, S.J and Din, H and ke, D.R and Duque, A and Durigan, G and Eichhorn, K and Schmidt Eler, E and Enoki, T and Ensslin, A and Fandohan, A.B and Farwig, N and Feeley, K.J and Fischer, M and Forshed, O and Souza Garcia, Q and Garkoti, S.C and Gillespie, T.W and Gillet, J.-F and Gonmadje, C and Granzow-de la Cerda, I and Griffith, D.M and Grogan, J and Hakeem, K.R and Harris, D.J and Harrison, R.D and Hector, A and Hemp, A and Homeier, J and Hussain, M.S and Ibarra-Manríquez, G and Hanum, I.F and Imai, N and Jansen, P.A and Joly, C.A and Joseph, S and Kartawinata, K and Kearsley, E and Kelly, D.L and Kessler, M and Killeen, T.J and Kooyman, R.M and Laumonier, Y and Laurance, S.G and Laurance, W.F and Lawes, M.J and Letcher, S.G and Lindsell, J and Lovett, J and Lozada, J and Lu, X and Lykke, A.M and Bin Mahmud, K and Mahayani, N.P.D and Mansor, A and Marshall, A.R and Martin, E.H and Calderado Leal Matos, D and Meave, J.A and Melo, F.P.L and Aguirre Mendoza, Z.H and Metali, F and ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 02/2018, Volume 115, Issue 8, pp. 1837 - 1842
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, ISSN 0140-525X, 8/2007, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 425 - 432
The commentaries have both drawn out the implications of, and challenged, our definition and operationalization of innovation. In this response, we reply to... 
FEEDING INNOVATIONS | EVOLUTION | FOREBRAIN SIZE | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | BRAIN SIZE | PSYCHOLOGY, BIOLOGICAL | PRIMATES | NEUROSCIENCES | BIRDS | Research | Creative ability | Animal behavior | Wildlife research | Learning | Behavioral sciences | Animal cognition
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by J W Ferry Slik and Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez and Shin-Ichiro Aiba and Patricia Alvarez-Loayza and Luciana F Alves and Peter Ashton and Patricia Balvanera and Meredith L Bastian and Peter J Bellingham and Eduardo van den Berg and Susana Ochoa-Gaona and Onrizal and Navendu Page and Pia Parolin and Marc Parren and Narayanaswamy Parthasarathy and Ekananda Paudel and Andrea Permana and Maria T F Piedade and Nigel C A Pitman and Luis Bernacci and Lourens Poorter and Axel D Poulsen and John Poulsen and Jennifer Powers and Rama C Prasad and Jean-Philippe Puyravaud and Jean-Claude Razafimahaimodison and Jan Reitsma and João Roberto dos Santos and Wilson Roberto Spironello and Polyanna da Conceição Bispo and Hugo Romero-Saltos and Francesco Rovero and Andes Hamuraby Rozak and Kalle Ruokolainen and Ervan Rutishauser and Felipe Saiter and Philippe Saner and Braulio A Santos and Fernanda Santos and Swapan K Sarker and Lilian Blanc and Manichanh Satdichanh and Christine B Schmitt and Jochen Schöngart and Mark Schulze and Marcio S Suganuma and Douglas Sheil and Eduardo da Silva Pinheiro and Plinio Sist and Tariq Stevart and Raman Sukumar and Katrin Böhning-Gaese and I -Fang Sun and Terry Sunderand and H S Suresh and Eizi Suzuki and Marcelo Tabarelli and Jangwei Tang and Natália Targhetta and Ida Theilade and Duncan W Thomas and Peguy Tchouto and Pascal Boeckx and Johanna Hurtado and Renato Valencia and Johan L C H van Valkenburg and Tran Van Do and Rodolfo Vasquez and Hans Verbeeck and Victor Adekunle and Simone A Vieira and Campbell O Webb and Timothy Whitfeld and Frans Bongers and Serge A Wich and John Williams and Florian Wittmann and Hannsjoerg Wöll and Xiaobo Yang and C Yves Adou Yao and Sandra L Yap and Tsuyoshi Yoneda and Rakan A Zahawi and Rahmad Zakaria and Brad Boyle and Runguo Zang and Rafael L de Assis and Bruno Garcia Luize and Eduardo M Venticinque and Matt Bradford and Francis Q Brearley and Mireille Breuer-Ndoundou Hockemba and Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin and Darley Calderado Leal Matos and Miguel Castillo-Santiago and Eduardo L M Catharino and Shauna-Lee Chai and Yukai Chen and ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 06/2015, Volume 112, Issue 24, p. 7478
  Pseudogymnoascus destructans is the causative agent of white-nose syndrome, a disease that has caused the deaths of millions of bats in North America. This... 
Bats | Tissue | Enzymes | Pathogenesis | Animal diseases | Biochemistry
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, ISSN 0168-1591, 10/2018, Volume 207, pp. 123 - 128
Nest building is an advanced and complex activity that wild orangutans engage in, yet they do so on a daily basis and with potential safety consequences. Like... 
Nearest neighbor | Orangutan | Pongo | Nesting behavior | CHIMPANZEES PAN-TROGLODYTES | PONGO-SPP | AGRICULTURE, DAIRY & ANIMAL SCIENCE | CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES | ASSOCIATIONS | LEMUR CATTA | BEHAVIOR | SLEEPING SITES | WILD BONOBOS | RESERVE | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | VETERINARY SCIENCES | SELECTION | Wildlife conservation | Zoos | Social aspects
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