Sociobiology in Primates Relative to Evolutionary Anthropology. How did the earliest primates evolve into humans?
There are many advantages that come with living in groups for primates, and there are many views on them as well. Richard Wrangham believes that primates live in groups the way they do because it lets them defend access to valuable and limited resources (food). This view proves true since it is also true that larger groups defeat the smaller groups in confrontations over resources, but it does not take into account tradeoffs, explain social organization, or offer evidence that females would benefit from living in larger groups. Carl van Shaik's predation model claims that the main benefit…
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