Social Climbers Documentary
Social Climbers Documentary APY 203
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SOCIAL CLIMBERS DOCUMENTARY NOTES [SOUTH AMERICA] Capuchin monkeys o Fast and agile bc grasping hands and grip tails o Big brains, very inquisitive, look for food resources everywhere, excellent color vision, mediocre sense of smell, good memory o Mangroves: resource for foods, crabs, shellfish (bang against tree for long enough to open, younger generations observe and learn) o Utilize fauna for different purposes (ex. Piper leaves sap for insect repellent, piper leaf rubbing group tradition/event) Uakari Monkey o Scarlet color of faces indicates age/ social prominence o Special teeth allow it to eat nuts that are hard for others to crack o Grasping tail Pygmy Marmoset o Small size enables it to reach food in trees w/ thin twigs o Small, agile moving, fast pouncing o Gnaw bark of trees to produce gum (continual food source, specific trees guarded by groups/ “families”) Owl Monkeys o Nocturnal but night vision not that great (suggests this trend developed recently) o Come out at night bc less competition for food o Live in small groups Tamarind o Females produce twins, mates help with tending to offspring, mom eats more to produce milk o Small ad energetic thus need frequent snacks o Diff Tamarind species live side by side, similar communication (warning system) Howler Monkey o Eat leaves especially, color vision help distinguish between safe and poisonous leaves o Spend most of day laying digesting food o Specially large bine in throat enables distinct howling sound (deter intruders, strengthen family solidarity) [AFRICA] Guenon o Wide food variety (like Caputin) o Distinctive colors and patterns (social signals) o Dangers looked for and detected across diff species of monkeys (safety network across diff heights in forest) calls recognized across species for diff predators Macaque o Rigid hierarchical rank system o Mating season, flash teeth, shortage of females ready to mate and only fertile for short periods of time so competitive Baboons o Wide variety of food (berries, insect grubs, rabbits) o Hunt flamingo, skill being taught to generations o Complex social structure o Complex social relationships o Child caring emphasized among troop Brain size ad group size related directly Geladas o Grazing monkeys o Appearance of chest show social and physical status o Fighting/ competition to join or stay w/ troop o Live in huge groups o Continuous chatter maintains social relationships
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