Correction to: Conformism in the food processing techniques of white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus).


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Anim Cogn


Animal cognition


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    journal_title:Animal cognition

    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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    pub_type: 杂志文章


    authors: Dahl CD,Wyss C,Zuberbühler K,Bachmann I

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    journal_title:Animal cognition

    pub_type: 杂志文章


    authors: Petit O,Dufour V,Herrenschmidt M,De Marco A,Sterck EH,Call J

    更新日期:2015-07-01 00:00:00

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    pub_type: 杂志文章


    authors: Catala A,Mang B,Wallis L,Huber L

    更新日期:2017-07-01 00:00:00

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    journal_title:Animal cognition

    pub_type: 杂志文章


    authors: Yi X,Steele MA,Shen Z

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