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|Subject:||Human behavior > Animal models
Monkeys > Behavior
Apes > Behavior
Sexual behavior in animals
Sex instruction for youth
- Physical Description: 1 streaming video (45 min 00 sec)
- Publisher: Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2013
|General Note:|| From the Curio.ca channel: National Geographic Channel.
|Restrictions on Access Note:|| Access restricted to Curio.ca channel subscribers
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Producer: Kershaw, Justine ; Producer: Smith, Matt J. ; Director: Gillbe, Matthew ; Director: Jameson, Jack ; Director: Trackman, Toby ; Director: Reilly, Mike ; Director: Ward, Dave ; Production Coordinator: Headley, Claire.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Host: Elliott, Peter.
|Summary:|| The desire to find a mate drives a lot of ape behaviour, and despite millions of years of evolution, we're no exception. We'll explore the different mating strategies of our primate cousins and look at how we retain some of the same preferences. To demonstrate this, we carry out a series of social experiments designed to bring out the inner ape in unsuspecting humans and compare their interactions with that of primates.
|Language Note:|| In English.
|Source of Description Note:|| Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation