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Studying mammals: Food for thought
Studying mammals: Food for thought

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Figure 2
Figure 2 (a) single male orangutans defend a group of females (and their offspring), but the females may be distributed over a large area - exploded unimale. (b) In chimpanzees, several related males mate with and defend a group of widely distributed females (and their offspring); this is a multimale-multifemale group with female territories

 2 Variable structure of ape societies