8 edition of The bonobos found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Takeshi Furuichi and Jo Thompson.|
|Series||Developments in primatology|
|Contributions||Furuichi, Takeshi, 1957-, Thompson, Jo Myers.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P96 B62 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 327 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||2007936621|
Bonobos are on the closest branch of the human family tree, sharing more than 98% of the same DNA. Learn more about our relatives and how you can help them. Stay Connected A book from , Bonobos: Unique in Mind, Brain, and Behavior, collecting the newest scientific findings of the species. Regularly updated information on the Red List of IUCN. If you still have questions, there is a lot of scientific publications on ://
Despite confirmation of their presence at the vicinity of Lake Tumba in the early s and s (Fenart and Deblock , Horn , , Deblock ), the presence of bonobos (Fig. ) was debated because the evidence provided by Horn () was limited to a few signs (Thompson , Thompson-Handler et al. ). The Bonobos: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation - Ebook written by Takeshi Furuichi, Jo Thompson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Bonobos
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"The Bonobos, edited by Takeshi Furuichi and Jo Thompson, consists of information presented in two symposia held at the International Primatological Society Congress in Uganda. The main thrust of the book is the updating of field studies and new data on conservation.
› Life Sciences › Ecology. The Bonobos: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation provides a succinct yet comprehensive review of the current state of research and conservation efforts regarding the bonobos.
The bonobos are one of the least known of the great apes although they are one of our This book is a great introduction to bonobo culture.
Unlike their patriarchial, agressive cousins the chimpanzees, bonobos are peaceful, sexual society in which The bonobos book hold a substantial amount of power. They have sex for pleasure and to settle conflicts and make friends.
Same-sex pairings are as common as both :// The Bonobos of the Lac Tumba - Lac Maindombe Hinterland: Threats and Opportunities for Population Conservation.- Changes in the Status of Bonobos, their Habitat, and the Situation of Humans at Wamba, in the Luo Scientific Reserve, Democratic Republic of the Congo.- In bringing bonobos to wider attention this book provides a valuable service.
The sound research credentials of de Waal add weight to the analysis and, far from making it a dull book, give it an exciting relevance to wider issues in primatology.
Makes you think a lot about humans as well as about bonobos and can, I imagine, start a good few › Science, Nature & Math › Biological Sciences › Animal Sciences.
Books shelved as bonobos: Ape House by Sara Gruen, Endangered by Eliot Schrefer, Bonobo Handshake: A Memoir of Love and Adventure in the Congo by Vanessa In this The bonobos book, I hope to strike a balance: I intend to give the topic the attention it deserves, without reducing bonobos to the lustful satyrs that our closest relations once were considered to be.
Sexual encounters of the bonobo kind are strikingly casual, almost more affectionate than :// The book does not denigrate religion though, offering that it is a good in that if offers those who practice it community, fellowship, and social bonding.
There is ample evidence offered in the book though that religious belief is not at all required for morality to › Books › Science & Math › Biological Sciences. The best book around on bonobos is the one by the primatologist Frans de Waal: Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape (University of California Press ) with excellent photos by Frans Lanting.
Audio and video links for bonobos and chimps from Yerkes; also the Great Apes Image courtesy of Marian BricknerA biologist at Washington University in St. Louis is the mastermind behind a project that has led to an informative book, aimed at children but appealing to all ages, on an endangered species of ape.
Ursula Goodenough, Ph.D., professor of biology in Arts & Sciences, is the driving force behind I'm Lucy, A Day in the Life of a Young Bonobo, written by Mathea Meet the Bonobos — Order a Book Now. Did you know that our Zoo has the world’s largest group of bonobos in a zoo environment.
Learn more about these fascinating great apes in the book Bonobos: Encounters in Empathy, written and donated to the Zoological Society of Milwaukee (ZSM) by Jo Sandin, a retired Milwaukee Journal Sentinel introduces you to the individual bonobos at the Part One of The Bonobos: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation focuses on scientific research.
Behavioral studies in captivity propose to answer why bonobos have some unique characteristics such as high social status of females and flexible social relationships.
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By taking a leaf out of the Bonobos’ book, we can begin being playfully creative. We offer a rare opportunity to develop the awareness of bonobo tribe and connection through touch [ ] Frans de Waal's "The Bonobo and the Atheist" looks at religion along with his interest in primates.
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They are famous for their creative and wide-ranging sexual activities. Sexual contact goes far beyond reproduction and is used for social bonding, pleasure, play, greeting, and conflict resolution. Bonobos partner without regard to age, sex, number, or reproductive :// Bonobo Handshake: A memoir of love and adventure in the Congo A young woman follows her fiancé to war-torn Congo to study extremely endangered bonobo apes – who teach her a new truth about love and belonging.
InVanessa Woods accepted a marriage proposal from a man she barely knew and agreed to join him on a research trip to the war-torn Democratic Republic of ://