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ANTH 4467 - Primatology


Four credit hours.

This course will explore the social systems, behavior, and ecology of nonhuman primates through the examination of behavioral and biological diversity within the primate order from an evolutionary perspective. Course material will draw heavily on field studies of primates and emphasize their behavior in natural environmental and social settings. The lab portion of the class will complement lecture and reading material with practical experience in scientific research and writing. In addition to lectures, we will also meet regularly at the Little Rock Zoo to practice observational field methods used by primatologists.

Prerequisites: ANTH 1415 BIOL 1400 BIOL 1401 , or BIOL 1402 , or permission of instructor.



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