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Primate Biogeography: Progress and Prospects (Developments by Shawn M. Lehman (Editor), John Fleagle (Editor)

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By Shawn M. Lehman (Editor), John Fleagle (Editor)

Primate Biogeography is a topic hardly ever addressed as a self-discipline in its personal correct. This accomplished resource introduces the reader to Primate Biogeography as a self-discipline. It highlights the various elements which could impression the distribution of primates, and divulges the wide variety of techniques which are to be had to realizing the distribution of this order. The biogeography of primates some time past is an important portion of our knowing in their evolutionary historical past and is a vital part of conservation biology. This e-book will attract primatologists, actual anthropologists, zoologists, and undergraduates in those parts.

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