Majority rules when baboons vote with their feet

18 junio 2015

Olive baboon troops decide where to move democratically, despite their hierarchical social order, according to a new report. At the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, biologists conducted the first-ever group-level GPS tracking study of primates, finding that any individual baboon can contribute to a troop’s collective movement.
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