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tMales 8–11 years old are not fully mature, but are capable of siring offspring and thus invested in preventing infanticide, which can occur during interactions with outside males. They frequently behave aggressively in species-typical intergroup encounters.
*Female counts are listed as cycling, lactating, pregnant.