Barbary macaques form male bonds, study reveals -- ScienceDaily

Male Barbary macaques form social bonds similar to human friendships to protect against disease and

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Male Barbary macaques form social bonds similar to human friendships to protect against disease and death, an international study has revealed. This study shows that changes in everyday stressors such as the amount of aggression received or cold weather can cause long-term elevated glucocorticoid levels in wild male Barbary macaques, but keeping a few close male associates will avoid that.
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