Case Studies.txt

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  1. Lemur catta
    • Ringtailed lemur
    • Madagascar
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Plants only
    • Females dominant
  2. Alouatta palliata
    • Mantled howling monkey
    • Central and South America
    • Arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Plant material
    • Linear dominance hierarchy
  3. Alouatta palliata
    • Mantled howling monkey
    • Central and South America
    • Arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Plant material
    • Linear dominance hierarchy
  4. Erythrocebus patas
    • Patas monkey
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
    • Terrestrial
    • Quadrupedal
    • Folivore (mostly plants, meat rarely)
    • One-male harem
  5. Cercopithecus aethiops
    • Vervet monkey
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Omnivorous
    • Multi-male, multi-female.
  6. Papio cynocephalus
    • Common baboon
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Omnivorous
    • Multi-male, multi-female
  7. Papio hamadryas
    • Hamadryas baboon
    • Northeast Africa (Ethiopia and Sudan)
    • Terrestrial
    • Quadrupedal
    • Folivore
    • One-male harem
  8. Theropithecus gelada
    • Gelada baboon
    • Northeast Africa (Ethiopia and Sudan)
    • Terrestrial Quadruped
    • Folivore
    • One-male harem
  9. Macaca Fuscata
    • Japanese monkey
    • Only on Japan
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Omnivorous
    • Multi-male/Multi-female
  10. Presbytes entellus
    • Hanuman langur
    • Asia - India and Pakistan
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Folivore
    • Multi-male, muti-female and one-male harems.
  11. Hylobates lar
    • Gibbon
    • South East Asia
    • Arboreal
    • Brachiator (rapid arm swinging)
    • Fruit and leaves
    • Pair bonded
  12. Gorilla gorilla
    • Gorilla
    • Central Africa
    • Terrestrial and arboreal
    • Quadrupedal
    • Folivores
    • Silver-back males

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