Few species communicate in a way remotely as complex as humans. Gelada monkeys are an exception. Geladas ‘talk’ to each other with complex sequences of sounds, but the function of these melodies is a mystery.
When the environment changes, why do some species survive and others vanish? We seek answers to this question in the past and present traces left by the four closely related members of the charismatic Callipepla quail.
Using a Google Earth interface, this study will GIS map historic distributions and current trends of killer whale sightings, highlighting human activity and known occurrences of Southern resident pods along the Pacific coast.
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