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  •  Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes
    2005年07月12日
    Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes

    July 12, 2005, Borneo, Indonesia: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Social mingling transforms the ââ¬Ëvocabulariesââ¬â¢ of apes, just like humans, according to new research...Researchers from the University of Warwick have proved that wild orangutans demonstrate distinct ââ¬Ëvocal personalitiesââ¬â¢ that are shaped by the social groups in which they live and communicate - as opposed to a fixed repertoire of instinctive, fixed calls as traditionally presumed...The groundbreaking research, led by Dr Adriano R. Lameira from Warwickââ¬â¢s Department of Psychology, further establishes a direct developmental vocal continuum between us and our evolutionary ancestors...Living alongside orangutan communities in the swamps and low rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra in Southeast Asia, Dr Lameira and his research team recorded the calls of around 70 individual apes across six populations (the largest sample ever analysed in this type of study)..The orangutan populations differed naturally in population d...

    商品コード: 2022040200748

  •  Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes
    2005年07月29日
    Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes

    July 29, 2005, Borneo, Indonesia: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Social mingling transforms the ââ¬Ëvocabulariesââ¬â¢ of apes, just like humans, according to new research...Researchers from the University of Warwick have proved that wild orangutans demonstrate distinct ââ¬Ëvocal personalitiesââ¬â¢ that are shaped by the social groups in which they live and communicate - as opposed to a fixed repertoire of instinctive, fixed calls as traditionally presumed...The groundbreaking research, led by Dr Adriano R. Lameira from Warwickââ¬â¢s Department of Psychology, further establishes a direct developmental vocal continuum between us and our evolutionary ancestors...Living alongside orangutan communities in the swamps and low rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra in Southeast Asia, Dr Lameira and his research team recorded the calls of around 70 individual apes across six populations (the largest sample ever analysed in this type of study)..The orangutan populations differed naturally in population d...

    商品コード: 2022040200943

  •  Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes
    2009年04月27日
    Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes

    April 27, 2009, Borneo, Indonesia: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Social mingling transforms the ââ¬Ëvocabulariesââ¬â¢ of apes, just like humans, according to new research...Researchers from the University of Warwick have proved that wild orangutans demonstrate distinct ââ¬Ëvocal personalitiesââ¬â¢ that are shaped by the social groups in which they live and communicate - as opposed to a fixed repertoire of instinctive, fixed calls as traditionally presumed...The groundbreaking research, led by Dr Adriano R. Lameira from Warwickââ¬â¢s Department of Psychology, further establishes a direct developmental vocal continuum between us and our evolutionary ancestors...Living alongside orangutan communities in the swamps and low rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra in Southeast Asia, Dr Lameira and his research team recorded the calls of around 70 individual apes across six populations (the largest sample ever analysed in this type of study)..The orangutan populations differed naturally in population ...

    商品コード: 2022040200973

  •  Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes
    2010年06月17日
    Orangtans Alter Language After Socialising With Other Apes

    June 17, 2010, Borneo, Indonesia: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Social mingling transforms the ââ¬Ëvocabulariesââ¬â¢ of apes, just like humans, according to new research...Researchers from the University of Warwick have proved that wild orangutans demonstrate distinct ââ¬Ëvocal personalitiesââ¬â¢ that are shaped by the social groups in which they live and communicate - as opposed to a fixed repertoire of instinctive, fixed calls as traditionally presumed...The groundbreaking research, led by Dr Adriano R. Lameira from Warwickââ¬â¢s Department of Psychology, further establishes a direct developmental vocal continuum between us and our evolutionary ancestors...Living alongside orangutan communities in the swamps and low rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra in Southeast Asia, Dr Lameira and his research team recorded the calls of around 70 individual apes across six populations (the largest sample ever analysed in this type of study)..The orangutan populations differed naturally in population d...

    商品コード: 2022040200831

  •  CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGE
    2022年11月20日
    CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGE

    May 18, 2010, Sepilok, Borneo, Malaysia: Orangutans at the Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Sepilok, Sandakan, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia. ..Orangutans are in serious danger of extinction. 80% of specimens will die in the coming years...From 1999 to 2015, in just sixteen years, the total number of Bornean orangutans has been reduced by more than 100,000 individuals, according to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig. The new study, the most comprehensive yet, shows two things: that the orangutan population in Borneo was larger than previously thought, and that the species is disappearing faster than anticipated...Its current population is estimated to be only between 40,000 and 100,000 primates. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), all three orangutan species could disappear in the not too distant future. The main causes of the reduction of the orangutan population are, above all, deforestation, the illegal trafficking of specimens and the explo...

    商品コード: 2022122502243

  •  CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGE
    2022年11月20日
    CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGE

    May 18, 2010, Sepilok, Borneo, Malaysia: Orangutans at the Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Sepilok, Sandakan, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia. ..Orangutans are in serious danger of extinction. 80% of specimens will die in the coming years...From 1999 to 2015, in just sixteen years, the total number of Bornean orangutans has been reduced by more than 100,000 individuals, according to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig. The new study, the most comprehensive yet, shows two things: that the orangutan population in Borneo was larger than previously thought, and that the species is disappearing faster than anticipated...Its current population is estimated to be only between 40,000 and 100,000 primates. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), all three orangutan species could disappear in the not too distant future. The main causes of the reduction of the orangutan population are, above all, deforestation, the illegal trafficking of specimens and the explo...

    商品コード: 2022122502247

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