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Exploring Animal Behavior : Readings from American Scientist

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Sinauer Associates Inc

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Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. Features articles from the American Scientist, an interdisciplinary, illustrated magazine of science and technology. Topics include infanticide as a primate reproductive strategy, why male ground squirrels disperse, and the evolution of sexual differences in insects. For researchers. Previous edition: c2005. Softcover.

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