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We measure how leg actions of cadaver monkeys are transferred within the hip-joint, and we compare physical femoral mobility of wild and captive monkeys in Panama, Costa Rica, and in zoological parks of California. We acquire leg movement data of howler, capuchin...

["Anthropology","Ecology","Evolutionary Studies","Geriatrics"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.727v1
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