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Baboon mothers and infants

by Jeanne Altmann

  • 204 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Amboseli National Park (Kenya),
  • Kenya,
  • Amboseli National Park.
    • Subjects:
    • Yellow baboon -- Behavior.,
    • Parental behavior in animals.,
    • Yellow baboon -- Infancy.,
    • Yellow baboon -- Kenya -- Amboseli National Park.,
    • Amboseli National Park (Kenya)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJeanne Altmann.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.P93 A39 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxx, 242 p. :
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3944565M
      ISBN 100226016072
      LC Control Number2001027406

      Jeanne Altmann is a professor emerita and Eugene Higgins Professor of ecology and evolutionary biology currently at Princeton University. She is known for her research on the social behaviour of baboons and her contributions to contemporary primate behavioural ecology. She is a founder and co-director of the Amboseli Baboon Research paper in on the .   How Baboons Think (Yes, Think) At the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Barbara grooms her older sister, Amazon, while another sister, Domino, and her baby watch. Royal is a cantankerous old male baboon whose troop of some 80 members lives in the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. A perplexing event is about to disturb his day.

      Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog His understanding grows as his mother gently shows him more and more of the world around him. The lush greens and browns of the bush are depicted in broadly brushed paintings, which create a tranquil, cozy feeling in a simple, rhythmic story of a baby baboon's first visual experiences. His understanding. During a study of chacma baboons, Papio ursinus, in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Botswana, the mothers of 10 infants -reproductive males and females, all 4 to 5 years old, adopted nine natural orphans, and one older orphan was not by:

      come from 23 mother–infant dyads of baboons (Papio hamadryas), whose interactions were recorded longitudinally during the infants’ 1st year of life. The infant’s sex and the mother’s age. The big cat found a juicy monkey, promptly killed it, and was about to chow down when something weird happened. The leopard noticed a baby baboon clinging to its mother’s body. Surprised, the leopard dropped the mother’s corpse, picked up the day-old infant in its teeth, and carried it up a tree. Only Legadema wasn’t planning on eating.


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Available again with a new foreword by the author, Baboon Mothers and Infants is a classic book that has been, in its own right, a mother to a generation of influential research and will no doubt provide further inspiration.

"This book, which looks at motherhood and infancy in baboons, is a classic for those interested in primate infant development, maternal behaviour, mother-infant relationships and social One finishes this book wanting to know how the individual baboons' stories ended and Altmann provides an update on the fates of some of her subjects.

In Baboon Mothers and Infants, the author applies her uniquely sophisticated techniques to the mother-infant relationship, its demography and ecology, within the natural setting.

Signature of former owner on the front endpaper dated June   No other ownership marks and few signs of. Biology professor Dorothy Cheney‘s book, Baboon Metaphysics: The Evolution of the Social Mind, contains a vast storehouse of information about baboon animal mother behaviors and perhaps the origins of those of human mothers.

One of the most relevant areas of her research is that of competition versus cooperation. Available again with a new foreword, Baboon Mothers and Infants is a classic book that has been, in its own right, mother to a generation of influential research and will no doubt provide further : Jeanne Altmann.

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For more book and reading ideas, sign up for our Scholastic Parents newsletter. Baboon eats human baby in front of his mom Baboon eats baby in front of mom DAN DHLAMINI A YOUNG mother this week watched helplessly as a baboon snatched and ripped open the skull of her only child and ate his brain.

The mother of the dead child, Lettie Goitsimang Tukane (34), told City Press the baboon sank its powerful canines into the. This book was a dissapointment compared to Close Your Eyes by Kate Banks with the same ilustrator Georg Hallensleben.

Both stories are soothing and engaging, providing the rare developing narrrative to be found in picture books for the very young. Mother to child invokes imagination in Close Your Eyes and investigating reality in Baboon/5(5).

In contrast to the other "what to expect" style books I'd read, "Infants and Mothers" is presented as a set of case studies following three different infants in The "retro" feel of the book put me off for a bit, but I was pleasantly surprised to find it chock full of really good information presented in a refreshingly direct, if sometimes 4/5.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Altmann, Jeanne. Baboon mothers and infants. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, (OCoLC)   A baby baboon, who was rejected by his mother immediately after birth, has found some ‘motherly comfort’ in a stuffed toy.

The day-old male Hamadryas baboon was born on April 4 at Mysore. Among chacma baboons, male carriers were high-ranking during the time at which the carried infants were conceived, and were therefore probable fathers. In contrast, most recipient males were not in the group when carried infants were conceived (42 of 45 infant-recipient.

Baboon mothers living in the wild carry dead infants for up to 10 days, according to a new study led by UCL and Université de Montpellier. Summary. We studied 12 blue monkey (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni) infants in a wild population during the first six months of their lives, with the goals of (1) identifying factors that explain interindividual differences in the various aspects of the mother-infant relationship and infant behavior, and (2) evaluating the hypothesis that arboreality slows the rate at which infants Cited by: The mother-infant relationship in non-human primates is longer-lasting and more intense than it is in most other mammals.

One reason for this is that the physical association between primate mothers and infants is very close. Infants cling to their mothers’ bodies almost constantly for at least the first few months of by:   Mother love: evolution and the maternal instinct Hence the potential conflict: the baby wants everything, even if the mother's interests are different.

'baboon mothers Author: Alison Jolly. An infant is about two pounds at birth, about 7% of its mothers’ size. Although the newborn baboon infant is not able to run about on its own, it is born with a very strong gripping ability. This strong grip enables the infant to help its mother carry it all day; the infant clings to the fur on its mother.

Mother slapped and beat her poor baby monkey forces him run to his lovely sister by crying so loudly When baby monkey was slapped and beaten by his mother, Sweatpea run to his lovely sister as.A baby baboon is born with an instinct to grasp tightly with both hands and feet.

They need this ability to cling to their mothers chest as she makes her way through trees or brush. The female will be pregnant for 6 months and give birth to one, very rarely two, youngsters.

A baby baboon is called an infant and is helpless at birth.