Latest Dominance hierarchy Stories
A new study has analyzed the dominance relations between male and female wild bonobos, taking particular interest in the high social status of some females, a rarity among most mammals.
An Ohio University anthropologist reports the first observation of dominance relationships among adolescent male chimpanzees, which he attributes to the composition of their community.
Sex difference in the brain varies according to social status.
High social status and maternal support play an important role in the mating success of male bonobos.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.