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*Only parent-offspring and sibling relationships are considered here. Relatedness amongst all animals in this small (n = ~48042), closed population is quite high. Paternity data from ref. 63.
xPaternity undetermined at the time of publication for 5 of 6 infants. Male CAN, who sired 11 of the 12 natal males, also sired 3 of the infants’ mothers, who were therefore (minimally) grandoffspring or half nieces/nephews to 12 of the males. CAN’s maternal brother sired the infant whose paternity was known. A fifth infant had an adult maternal brother in the group.
tPaternity undetermined at the time of publication for the group’s one infant. The infant’s mother was neither paternally nor maternally related to any of the males.