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Agonistic strategies and spatial distribution in captive sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys lunulatus)
Dolado i Guivernau, Ruth; Cifre, I; Salvador Beltrán, Francesc
Universitat de Barcelona
The aim of this article is to study the relationship between the dominance hierarchy and the spatial distribution of a group of captive sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys). The analysis of the spatial distribution of individuals in relation to their rank in the dominance hierarchy showed a clear linear hierarchy in which the dominant individual was located in central positions with regard to the rest of the group members. The large open enclosure where the group was living allowed them to adopt a high-risk agonistic strategy in which individuals attacked other individuals whose rank was significantly different from their own. The comparison of the results with a previous study of mangabeys showed that, although the dominance ranks of both groups were similar, the fact that they lived in facilities with different layouts caused different agonistic strategies to emerge and allowed the dominant individual to assume different spatial locations.
Jerarquia normativa
Estudi de casos
Mètodes d'estudi
Jerarquia social en els animals
Hierarchy of norms
Case studies
Study skills
Social hierarchy in animals
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