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Patterns of male reproductive behaviour in multi-male groups of mountain gorillas: examining theories of reproductive skew

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Patterns of male reproductive behaviour in multi-male groups of mountain gorillas: examining theories of reproductive skew T.S. Stoinski 1,2,3) , S. Rosenbaum 1) , T. Ngaboyamahina 1) , V. Vecellio 1) , F. Ndagijimana 1) & K. Fawcett 1) ( 1 The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, 800 Cherokee Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30315, USA; 2 Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30315, USA) (Accepted: 30 January 2009) Summary The current study examined skew in reproductive behaviour in male mountain gorillas under previously unstudied demographic conditions of large numbers of males. Subjects included 27 males eight to 30 years of

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