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How Gibbon Skulls Could Help Us Understand the Social Lives of our Ancient Ancestors

By Katharine Balolia, Australian National University We have discovered previously unappreciated differences between some male and female gibbons and siamang that could give us new clues about how social behaviour affected primate evolution. Gibbons and siamang are small apes that… Continue Reading →

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