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Monkeys living in the northern limits of their distribution

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Izawa, K., Nishida, T. Monkeys living in the northern limits of their distribution. Primates 4, 67–88 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01659150

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  • Animal Ecology
  • Northern Limit