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Both nearest neighbours and long-term affiliates predict individual locations during collective movement in wild baboons

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In many animal societies, groups of individuals form stable social units that are shaped by well-delineated dominance hierarchies and a range of affiliative relationships. How do socially complex groups maintain cohesion and achieve collective movement? Using high-resolution GPS tracking of members of a wild baboon troop, we test whether collective movement in stable social groups is governed by interactions among local neighbours (commonly found in groups with largely anonymous memberships),...

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Peer reviewed
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10.1038/srep27704

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Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology
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Springer Nature Publisher's website
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Scientific Reports Journal website
Volume:
6
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1
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Article: 27704
Publication date:
2016-06-13
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2045-2322
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pubs:628316
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uri:c29803a9-eb49-4f38-b45a-76352ff87170
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uuid:c29803a9-eb49-4f38-b45a-76352ff87170
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pubs:628316
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1
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English

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