Identification of wild chimpanzee hair samples from faeces by electron microscopy

Abstract

A large bolus of hairs found in the feces of an adult wild chimpanzee in the Budongo Forest, Uganda, was identified as belonging to a chimpanzee below the age of 3 yrs. This represents the second case of infant-eating recorded in the Budongo Forest.

Citation

Primates (1993) 34 (2) pp 233-235 [10.1007/BF02381396]

Identification of wild chimpanzee hair samples from faeces by electron microscopy

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