Intergroup variation in robbing and bartering by long-tailed macaques at Uluwatu Temple (Bali, Indonesia)

We thank the Indonesian Ministry of Research and Technology, Sri Wahyono, and the Uluwatu Temple management committee for permission to conduct this research in Indonesia

Fany Brotcorne

2017

Scholarcy highlights

  • Robbing and bartering is a behavioral practice anecdotally reported in free-ranging commensal macaques
  • We thank the Indonesian Ministry of Research and Technology, Sri Wahyono, and the Uluwatu Temple management committee for permission to conduct this research in Indonesia
  • This video clip illustrates a typical RB sequence displayed by an adult male macaque at Uluwatu Temple
  • The macaque moves toward a male member of temple staff who offers a food item to the macaque holding the eyeglasses in his mouth

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