The Pygmy Chimpanzee: Evolutionary Biology and Behavior
By Susman, Randall L.
Pp. xxviii, 435; numerous black-and-white photos, bivariate plots and line-drawings. Publisher’s original pictorial laminated boards (hardcover), 8vo. This work derives from a symposium held in Atlanta, Georgia in conjunction with the IXth Congress of the International Primatological Society. This symposium honored Harold J. Coolidge who played a key role in the discovery and description of the ‘pygmy chimpanzee’ in the late 1920s. Coolidge also wrote the foreword to this volume. This volume contains 17 chapters on all aspects of the biology and behavior of the ‘pygmy chimpanzee’ by noted authorities in the field. There is a name stamp of a former owner on the front endpaper.
|Publisher Place||New York|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||Some rubbing to the outer joints and at the base of the spine; overall a tight and clean copy in near fine condition.|