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Observations of feral and free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
Jean Balch Williams
by Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||Jean Balch Williams.|
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
Adult, female rhesus monkeys exhibiting normal body weights (–6 kg) and regular menstrual cycles of ∼28 days were kept under controlled conditions of temperature (22°C) and a standard daily 12 h light h dark cycle. Each female had previously given birth to one or more live, normal, singleton infants prior to the studies. The rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) is widely used to model human reproductive processes because of its long gestation ( months), predominantly singleton births, and many similarities with human placental and endocrine physiology (Stolte, ). Our breeding colony at the University of Wisconsin Primate Laboratory originated in the s with.
Twelve rhesus infants were subjected to early total social deprivation in a free-ranging environmental situation for the periods of 6, 12, and 18 months. After the termination of treatment at the end of each period, a group of four subjects was tested for social responsiveness with six stimulus animals belonging to both the sexes and three age groups. Rhesus monkey, (Macaca mulatta), sand-coloured primate native to forests but also found coexisting with humans in northern India, Nepal, eastern and southern China, and northern Southeast Asia. The rhesus monkey is the best-known species of macaque and measures about 47–64 cm .
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between behavior and serotonin in nonhuman primates. METHOD: During a routine capture and medical examination, 26 adolescent male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) were selected as subjects from a free-ranging population of 4, rhesus monkeys inhabiting a acre sea island. Free-ranging dogs include street dogs, village dogs, stray dogs, and feral dogs. The global dog population is estimated to be million, of which 83% are unrestrained. Developmental homeostasis is a process in which animals develop more or less normally, despite defective genes and deficient environments.
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Monkeys living in natural groups show individual variations in social behavior that may help scientists understand autism and identify treatments for the disorder, according to unpublished studies presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
Two research groups are studying separate colonies of rhesus macaques using different strategies — one. Observations of interactions in 6 mother-infant pairs of semi-free-ranging rhesus monkeys. In order to assess the presence of these behaviors under more naturalistic conditions, we also followed six mother-infant pairs living in the LCE’s 5-acre outdoor field station at the by: COVID Resources.
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Abstract. Behavioral observations on a large group of free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) were carried out on Cayo Santiago from January I through December I and from October through December ICited by: The FWC would like the public to report observations of rhesus macaques that are seen outside of the core population.
Reports can be submitted to the FWC by using the free IveGot1 app for smartphones, by calling the Exotic Species Hotline at IveGot1 () or by going online to Human infants and adults generate causal inferences about the physical world from observations of single, novel events, thereby violating Hume's thesis that spatiotemporal cooccurrence from prior experience drives causal perception in our species.
Is this capacity unique or shared with other animals. We address this question by presenting the results of three experiments on free-ranging rhesus Cited by: In pilot studies for research on infant rhesus macaque attachment patterns at Cayo Santiago, PR, Warfield  found that the AQS-M needed to be modified and expanded to capture the full range of attachment behavior observed in the study’s subjects: free-ranging rhesus macaque infants up to 10 months old living in a naturalistic environment.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain. Sexual behavior of free ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).
Journal of Comparative Psychology, 33, Male masturbation in free-ranging Japanese macaques. International Journal of Primatology, 25, Performing monkey sequences were compared with those of free-ranging rhesus macaque populations in Bangladesh, India and Myanmar.
Forty-five haplotypes with (16 %) polymorphic nucleotide sites. The rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) is a species of Old World is listed as least concern in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in view of its wide distribution, presumed large population, and its tolerance of a broad range of is native to South, Central, and Southeast Asia and has the widest geographic range of all non-human primates, occupying a great diversity of.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 15 () 71 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam- Printed in The Netherlands ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN DOMESTIC DOGS AND FREE-RANGING NON-HUMAN PRIMATES JAMES R. ANDERSON Laboratoire de Psychophysiologie, Universit~ Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (France) (Accepted for publication 26 February ).
The seasonal changes in body weight and testicular volume noted in the present study were similar to those reported in free-ranging rhesus monkeys. 12 This suggests that our monkeys had not undergone a significant change in their ability to respond to seasonal environmental conditions.
Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 (Herpesvirus simiae or B-virus) frequently infects Old World primates of the genus at least 19 species of macaques, rhesus, Japanese, cynomolgus, pig-tailed, and stump-tailed macaques are the species most commonly used in biomedical evalence of neutralizing antibodies to B-virus in captive adult macaque populations is 73% to % ().
mountains up to 4, m high. In some countries such as India, free-ranging rhesus macaques also live in highly populated urban areas including villages, towns, tem-ples, and railway stations. Although rhesus macaques can be found in large numbers and, in many cases, are easily accessible for observations, studies of free-ranging.
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The birth process is an integral part of reproductive success in mammals, yet detailed, quantitative descriptions of parturition in nonhuman primates are still rare.
Observations of free-ranging births can help to elucidate factors involved in this critical event, to contribute to our understanding of how maternal and infant behaviors during parturition affect infant survival and to explain.
The introduced free-ranging rhesus and patas monkey populations of southwestern Puerto Rico Article (PDF Available) in Puerto Rico health sciences journal 23(1) April with Reads. The rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) is widely used for biomedical and psychological studies.
Accordingly, an enormous fund of scientific information is available in papers and some collected data. This book is generally a collection of data from over papers on rhesus monkey.
It covers topics on the cerebral angiography, electrocardiogram. Harry Frederick Harlow (Octo – December 6, ) was an American psychologist best known for his maternal-separation, dependency needs, and social isolation experiments on rhesus monkeys, which manifested the importance of caregiving and companionship to social and cognitive conducted most of his research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where.
Wolves are charismatic emblems of wilderness. Dogs, which descended from wolves, are models of urbanity. Do free-ranging dogs revert to pack living or are their societies only reminiscent of a wolfish heritage.
Focusing on behavioral ecology, this is the first book to assess societies of both gray wolves and domestic dogs living as urban strays and in the feral state. It provides a. Basckin, D. R. & Krige, P. D. () Some preliminary observations on the behavior of an urban troop of vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops Vintage Books, Random Kaplan, J.
R. () Patterns of interference and the control of aggression in a group of free-ranging rhesus monkeys. Doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University.Behavioural observations from both the field and captivity indicate that same-sex sexual interactions are widespread throughout the animal kingdom, and occur quite frequently in certain non-human species.
bison and cats, as well as monkeys and apes, such as macaques, gorillas and bonobos. A final chapter looks at human primates. This book.It is home to a colony of rhesus macaques that was established in with approximately wild-caught animals from India.
At the time of this study, more than 1, monkeys lived on the island.