Co-residence between males and their mothers and grandmothers is more frequent in bonobos than chimpanzees

Grit Schubert, Linda Vigilant, Christophe Boesch, Reinhard Klenke, Kevin Langergraber, Roger Mundry, Martin Surbeck, Gottfried Hohmann

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