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Monkeys on the edge: ecology and management of long-tailed macaques and their interface with humans

By: Fuentes, Agustin., Gumert, Michael., Jones-Engel, Lisa.

Part of the Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology series
1139069845 / 9781139069847
eBook
599.86417
30/04/2011
Available
England
1 pages
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A key resource for those working to understand macaque populations and their overlap with human societies, this book provides a detailed look at research on this species.

It explores the contexts and consequences of human-macaque sympatry and discusses innovative programs to resolve human-macaque conflict in Asia.

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