ANT 347 Primate Behavioral Ecology (3 Credits)

Hours: 3 classroom + 0 lab/studio
Taught: Variable, check with department
Examines topics and issues in primate behavioral ecology from a comparative and evolutionary perspective. This includes primate taxonomy, behavior of living primates, habitat use and ecology, and theoretical and empirical models of how these factors interact in living primate systems. Students will conduct original zoo research on primates.
Repeatable: No

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