Research shows that 'invisible hand' guides evolution of cooperative turn-taking
...taking has also evolved in many other species without language or the capacity to reach negotiated agreements. These include apes, monkeys, birds, and antelopes
that take turns grooming each other, and mating pairs of Antarctic penguins that take turns foraging at sea while their partners incubate eggs or tend...
The penalty of having a sister -- why sibling sex matters for male saiga antelopes
... Having a twin sister could put male saiga antelopes
at a reproductive disadvantage, says new research ...e research was carried out on populations of saiga antelopes
living on the Eurasian steppe in the autonomous Re...oductive success. The monitoring protocol of saiga antelopes
is currently being improved to include non-invasiv...
Information about antelopes
for students K-6 ... The name 'antelope
' is given to a large group ... Antelopes
come in a variety of shapes and sizes and colours. ...
Antelope - MSN EncartaAntelope
, common name applied to a diverse group of hollow-horned mammals that ... About 100 species of antelopes
live in Africa and Asia, including some of the ...
Antelope - info and games
Online games. Play and learn about antelope
. Free online games for kids and adults. ... Antelopes
are a group of herbivorous African and Asian animals of the family ...
Antelope - New World EncyclopediaAntelopes
are a diverse group of typically hollow-horned, slender-built, and ... Antelopes
pay key roles in ecosystems as part of the food chain, consuming plant ...
Dave Taylor's African Safari: Trophic Level II - The Herbivores ...
Sheep, goats, antelopes
and cattle are belong to the family bovidae. ... In general, forest dwelling antelopes
have smaller horns and often the female ...
: Animals in Kenya, Africa with big game, elephants, giraffes, lions, and Kenya birds. ... large, reddish brown antelopes
are a prime source ...