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A Pacific Culture among Wild Baboons: Its Emergence and Transmission

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Quality of Affiliative Behaviors

(A) Amount of grooming involving adult males in Forest Troop 1993–1996 and Talek Troop 1993–1996. The first pair of columns represents mean time adult males spent grooming adult females; the second pair, mean time adult males were groomed by adult females.

(B) Comparison of average number of neighbors (i.e., within 3 m) of adult males in the two troops. Mean ± SEM. *, **, and *** indicate p < 0.05, 0.02, and 0.01, respectively, by unpaired t-test. Data were derived from a total of ten different males and 17 different females in F93–96, 31 different males and 21 different females in T93–98, and 19 different males and 23 different females in F79–82.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.0020106.g002