By Shawn M. Lehman (auth.), Nanda B. Grow, Sharon Gursky-Doyen, Alicia Krzton (eds.)
The uncomplicated target of the quantity is to assemble the hottest examine on how excessive altitude impacts the habit, ecology, evolution and conservation prestige of primates, specifically compared to lowland populations. traditionally, the vast majority of primate reports have interested by lowland populations. notwithstanding, because the lowlands were disappearing, a growing number of primatologists have all started learning populations situated in better altitudes. excessive altitude populations are vital not just due to their strong point, but additionally simply because they spotlight the variety of primate adaptability and the advanced variables which are inquisitive about primate evolution. those populations are solid examples of the way geographic scales lead to diversification and/or speciation. but, there were only a few papers addressing how this excessive altitude setting impacts the habit, ecology, and conservation prestige of those primates.
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