Being hunted high and low: do differences in nocturnal sleeping and diurnal resting sites of howler monkeys (Alouatta nigerrima and Alouatta discolor) reflect safety from attack by different types of predator?

Thays Jucá, Sarah Boyle, Gitana Cavalcanti, Thiago Cavalcante, Pavel Tomanek, Salatiel Clemente, Tadeu De Oliveira, Adrian A. Barnett

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