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How expressive eyebrows helped shape human evolution


ZME Science - Apr 9, 2018
For instance, the baboon-like mandrills have bony, colorful muzzles that signal dominance in males and reproductive status in females. Paul O'Higgins, Professor of Anatomy at the University of York, and another lead author of the study, said: “Looking ...
 

Eyebrow evolution linked to social signalling


Cosmos - Apr 12, 2018
In modern humans, the eyebrows play a strong role in social signalling. There are cross cultural eyebrow signals for recognition, surprise and sympathy, among others. Mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx) also have browridge features that are not caused by ...
 

Caught on camera: large mammals are back in Gabon's Batéké Park


The Conversation CA - Apr 3, 2018
Another example involves footage of several young mandrills. This suggests that emigrating males of this species may venture out further than previously thought in search for new groups and females. According to the International Union for Conservation ...
 

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Mandrills acting like humans - the Columbus Zoo


The baby mandrill is annoying the adult mandrills. They are reprimanding him in mandrillese, but the baby is disrespecting his elders. Oct. 9, 2015.
 

Wild Mandrill Monkeys Encounter in Lekedi, Gabon.


Rencontre avec un groupe de Mandrills sauvages au coeur de la jungle équatoriale gabonaise à Lekedi.
 

Tool use in mandrills


Very rare video shows tool use in the mandrill monkey. The first portion of the video shows a male mandrill using a rock as a tool. He is using it to hit the glass and wood. He may be using...
 

Mandrills in the Congo


Scene from the feature documentary of the Jane Goodall Institute: Mandrills a Second Chance. Music Composed by: Guido Consoli.
 

Mandrills - Very Colorful Monkeys


Mandrills are one of the most funniest animals in the world. The mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is a primate of the Old World monkey (Cercopithecidae) family, that closely related to the baboons...