Food selection in the black howler monkey following habitat disturbance: Implications for the importance of mature leaves
Primates commonly consume leaves that are high in protein but low in digestion-inhibiting fibre. Due to the fact that mature leaves do not meet these criteria, they are typically avoided and many leaf-eating primates select for leaves high in protein and
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