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Bonobo Behaviour

Bonobo is also called as pan paniscus formerly called as pygmy chimpanzee and less often known as dwarf chimpanzee. Bonobo is distinguished by long legs, pink lips dark face and parted long hair on its head. These are mostly found in central Africa. They are omnivorous species and they are mostly distributed in primary and secondary forests. According to studies regarding the behavior of bonobos females have a higher social status in bonobo society. Males are very tolerant to infants and juveniles when compared to males. A male bonobo derives its status from status of his mother.Mother and son bonobo bond is strong and continuous throughout life. When compared to other primates bonobos are more closely related to humans. The lifespan of bonobos is estimated to be 40yrs The Journal of Primatology is an academic journal providing an opportunity to researchers and scientist to explore the advanced and latest research developments in the field of Primatology. The Journal of Primatology is of highest standards in terms of quality and concentrates on the scientific study of primates. This Journals deals with both living and extinct primates to understand aspects of their evolution and behavior. Primatology has many different sub-disciplines focussing on the anatomy, anthropology, physiology, psychology and genetics of the primates. The Journal of Primatology gives an opportunity for researchers to explore this field, providing the reader with a mix of review and methodology chapters which address the fundamentals of analysis methods, algorithms, data standards and databases. Journal of Primatology is a scholarly Open Access journaland aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the advanced and very latest research topics.
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Last date updated on August, 2021