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chimpanzee

Pan troglodytes

ML162058


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H. H. van de Rijt-Plooij
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Gombe National Park
Kigoma, Tanzania
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Latitude and Longitude -4.7, 29.6167 Map

Age and Sex
Juvenile – 1
Sounds
Call
Behaviors
Breeding
Tags
;
Playback
Not Used

Comments

Recordist Reference Number: N-Freud-33. Individual(s) with Sound/call type: Freud staccato. Observation of Context: 1038am. Fifi sits, lies down and grooms Freud and lays him ventral ventral. Freud lies still, seems to sleep, wakes up, raises his head, looks at Hetty. Fifi grooms Freud who is moving (effort grunt). 1041am. Fifi grooms Freud, Freud moves (effort grunt) lies between belly and legs of Fifi. Freud moves head and hand. Fifi grooms Freud. Freud lies still. Freud moves, Fifi lays Freud on belly with help of leg. Freud lies on belly. N-Freud-33: When there is a rather loud sound from birds, both Fifi and Freud look simultaneously in direction of sound. Freud holds his head up for awhile! I speak this into the recorder equally loud as normal and gives a stacatto. And lets his head down (hard effort grunt). Freud turns towards Fifi ‘s other knee and also looks in the other direction (effort grunt). Fifi lays Freud on her belly and grooms him. Freud moves his head toward Hetty. Fifi grooms Freud (effort grunt), Freud moves (effort grunt). Freud lies as it were on his back and wants to sit up (strong effort grunt). On the Nagra I can hear a whimper but not during recording. (see below). The whimper came when Richard made a sound and Freud looked. When Freud made a whimper, Fifi immediately pushed him against her body. Other Behaviors: Grunts.

Technical Information

Recorder
NAGRA UNSPECIFIED MODEL
Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 815T
Accessories

Archival Information

Cataloged
7 Jun 2011 by Martha Fischer
Digitized
18 May 2010 by Martha Fischer
Edited
18 May 2010 by Martha Fischer

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