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Life is short for baby monkeys amid the oil palms

A female pig-tailed Macaque (Macaca nemestrina) sitting on a tree branch with her nursing baby

The southern pig-tailed macaque spends time in oil-palm plantations, where dogs, humans and other threats pose risks to baby macaques. Credit: Fiona Rogers/Nature Picture Library

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Nature 625, 427 (2024)



  1. Holzner, A., Rameli, N. I. A. M., Ruppert, N. & Widdig, A. Curr. Biol. (2024).

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