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1 Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface

James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists
0965830136 / 9780965830133
U.S.A., The American Society of Primatologists, 2005, Soft Cover, Very Good

Book, Very good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface By James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists : Product Details: Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface Human and nonhuman primates have had a long and intimate evolutionary relationship. This relationship is fascinating, complex, and often antagonistic. The most frequent conflicts are between humans and terrestrial or semi-terrestrial primate species that fall into the commensal category. These species tend toward a nutritional reliance upon foods similar to those preferred by humans. This volume explores the conflicts and between human and nonhuman primates and offers solutions to mitigate the growing problems. 2005. American Society of Primatologists. Soft Cover 483 pages. Edited by JD Paterson and Janette Wallis 483 pages, illus, maps. American Society of Primatologists. #157998 ISBN: 0965830136 ISBN-10: 0965830136 ISBN-13: 9780965830133 
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2 Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface

James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists
0965830136 / 9780965830133
U.S.A., The American Society of Primatologists, 2005, Soft Cover, Very Good

Book, Very good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface By James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists : Product Details: Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface Human and nonhuman primates have had a long and intimate evolutionary relationship. This relationship is fascinating, complex, and often antagonistic. The most frequent conflicts are between humans and terrestrial or semi-terrestrial primate species that fall into the commensal category. These species tend toward a nutritional reliance upon foods similar to those preferred by humans. This volume explores the conflicts and between human and nonhuman primates and offers solutions to mitigate the growing problems. 2005. American Society of Primatologists. Soft Cover 483 pages. Edited by JD Paterson and Janette Wallis 483 pages, illus, maps. American Society of Primatologists. #157998 ISBN: 0965830136 ISBN-10: 0965830136 ISBN-13: 9780965830133 
Price: 85.99 USD
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3 Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface

James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists
0965830136 / 9780965830133
U.S.A., The American Society of Primatologists, 2005, Soft Cover, Very Good

Book, Very good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface By James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists : Product Details: Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface Human and nonhuman primates have had a long and intimate evolutionary relationship. This relationship is fascinating, complex, and often antagonistic. The most frequent conflicts are between humans and terrestrial or semi-terrestrial primate species that fall into the commensal category. These species tend toward a nutritional reliance upon foods similar to those preferred by humans. This volume explores the conflicts and between human and nonhuman primates and offers solutions to mitigate the growing problems. 2005. American Society of Primatologists. Soft Cover 483 pages. Edited by JD Paterson and Janette Wallis 483 pages, illus, maps. American Society of Primatologists. #157998 ISBN: 0965830136 ISBN-10: 0965830136 ISBN-13: 9780965830133 
Price: 85.99 USD
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4 Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface

James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists
0965830136 / 9780965830133
U.S.A., The American Society of Primatologists, 2005, Soft Cover, Very Good

Book, Very good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface By James D. Paterson; Janette Wallis; Linda D. Wolf; Janette Wallis; American Society of Primatologists : Product Details: Special Topics In Primatology Volume 4 Commensalism and Conflict The Human-Primate Interface Human and nonhuman primates have had a long and intimate evolutionary relationship. This relationship is fascinating, complex, and often antagonistic. The most frequent conflicts are between humans and terrestrial or semi-terrestrial primate species that fall into the commensal category. These species tend toward a nutritional reliance upon foods similar to those preferred by humans. This volume explores the conflicts and between human and nonhuman primates and offers solutions to mitigate the growing problems. 2005. American Society of Primatologists. Soft Cover 483 pages. Edited by JD Paterson and Janette Wallis 483 pages, illus, maps. American Society of Primatologists. #157998 ISBN: 0965830136 ISBN-10: 0965830136 ISBN-13: 9780965830133 
Price: 85.99 USD
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