動物行動学 動物の心:

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past 06

2006/06 PLoS Biology Functional Imaging Reveals Numerous Fields in the Monkey Auditory Cortex
Social Modulation of Pain as Evidence for Empathy in Mice
2006/06 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/06 New Scientist DNA tests solve mystery of giant 'lion-killing' apes
The mysterious population of apes living in the remote north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo belong to a recognised subspecies of chimpanzee
生殖器官再生のしくみ ヤマトヒメミミズで解明  奈良先端大グループが世界初
2006/06 【日本語記事】 科学新聞
2006/06 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/06 New Scientist Ants use pedometers to find home
2006/06 National Geographic Ants on Stilts Help Show Bugs Have "Pedometers"
2006/06 BBC News Ants 'use an internal pedometer'
砂漠アリの万歩計  Desert Ants' Pedometer
2006/06 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/06 EurekAlert Symbiotic fungus does not depend on fungus-farming ants for reproduction, researchers say
褐色のヘビ、白に変身 体色変える新種を発見
2006/06 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2006/06 PhysOrg.com Chameleon-like snake discovered in Indonesia , 2 hours ago
2006/06 New Scientist Chameleon' snake can turn white in minutes
2006/06 BBC News Snake displays changing colours
2006/07 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/06 Science Two species of mole rats run complex societies underground
2006/06 Nature Animal behaviour: Trust in fish
2006/06 Nature Image scoring and cooperation in a cleaner fish mutualism
2006/06 news@nature.com Fussy fish prefer trustworthy cleaners ハ
Sea bream choose cleaners they've already spied hard at work.
生態 : 誠実なイメージ
2006/06 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
世界最高齢175歳のカメ死亡 オーストラリア
2006/06 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
 ギネス:生きている動物としては世界最高齢 ガラパゴス・ゾウガメ「ハリエット」オーストラリア動物園 1830年11月15日にガラパゴス諸島生まれ。 ダーウィンが1835年に捕まえ、英国に連れ帰った後、豪州に向かう友人に贈った。 88年にオーストラリア動物園に引き取られた。体重約150キロ、体長1メートル。 世界最長寿のカメは、65年に188歳で死亡したマダガスカルのカメ
2006/06 BBC News Harriet the Tortoise dies at 175  ビデオ動画付き
2006/06 Nature Sleep behaviour: Sleep in continuously active dolphins
Yuske Sekiguchi, Kazutoshi Arai and Shiro Kohshima
2006/06 Nature Sleep behaviour: Activity and sleep in dolphins
2006/06 Nature Sleep behaviour: Sleep in continuously active dolphins; Activity and sleep in dolphins (Reply)
2006/06 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
2006/06 Discovery Scientists Pinpoint Baboon Stress
 Violent males and infanticide cause female baboon stress, a study finds.
2006/06 National Geographic Cheetahs Suffering More Fatal Crashes During Chases, Experts Say
2006/06 EurekAlert Can biological traits predict diversification rates in birds?
2006/06 EurekAlert Primates take weather into account when searching for fruits
2006/06 New Scientist Monkeys use weather clues to find food
2006/06 National Geographic Monkeys Check the Weather to Find Food, Study Says
2006/06 EurekAlert Cultural transmission in bats: When listening for dinner, bats learn from their neighbors
音楽で脳に変化 マウス実験、知能優れる
2006/06 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2006/06 EurekAlert Vampire bats recognise their prey's breathing
2006/06 National Geographic Vampire Bats Hunt by Sound of Victims' Breath, Study Says
2006/06 New Scientist World's 'leggiest' animal rediscovered
2006/06 Discovery Rare Millipede Found in California
2006/06 BBC News Most leggy millipede rediscovered
生態 : 足の数が最も多いヤスデ
2006/06 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
ヒトよりうまくチンパンジーが立ち回るとき  アイとアユムの松沢哲郎先生インタビュー
2006/06 New Scientist When chimps outsmart humans
2006/06 EurekAlert Fly's courtship sheds light on the formation of innate behaviors
2006/06 EurekAlert Zebra finch males prefer females with exaggerated maternal traits
2006/06 EurekAlert Researchers discover how bacteria sense their environments
2006/06 New Scientist How locusts decide it's time to swarm
How Locusts Fall into Lockstep
2006/06 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/06 BBC News Unknown creatures found in cave
 Eight previously unknown invertebrate creatures have been discovered in an underwater cave in central Israel.
2006/06 National Geographic Prehistoric Cave Discovered; 8 New Species Thrive Inside

past 05

2006/05 New Scientist A mole's nose knows the best way through the soil
2006/05 Ananova Frog mystery solved
2006/05 BBC News Scientists reveal how frogs grip
未知の形態持つ微生物発見 従来の分類当てはまらず 原核と真核のはざま?
2006/05 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
クモザルに見る集団間戦争 非類人猿で初観察
2006/05 New Scientist Spider monkeys go on the warpath
2006/05 Nature Somatic stem cell niche tropism in Wolbachia
微生物 : ボルバキアにぴったりのすみか
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/05 EurekAlert Ecologists home in on how sperm whales find their prey
2006/05 EurekAlert A dichotomy in migration patterns found for sea turtles in east Atlantic
2006/05 EurekAlert Giant deep-sea tubeworm's meal ticket comes in as a skin infection
2006/05 EurekAlert Viral hitchhiker inhibits Wolbachia bacteria's ability to proliferate
コウモリの繊細な子育て   絶滅が危惧される八重山諸島のカグラコウモリ
2006/05 【日本語サイト】 こだわりアカデミー
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/05 Nature Evolution of an obligate social cheater to a superior cooperator
2006/05 Nature Sociobiology: The Phoenix effect
A spore-forming bacterium can escape from social collapse and extinction with a single mutation that has a dramatic effect. Here is evidence that a cooperative system can recover from the very brink of destruction.
アメリカカケスの記憶力 Scrub-Jays Remember
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/05 New Scientist Pigeon-brained birds can think in logarithms
将来を思い描ける オランウータン&ボノボ@マックスプランク
2006/05 National Geographic Apes Can Plan for Future, Experiments Suggest
2006/05 No Monkey Business, These Apes Plan Ahead - Los Angeles Times
前もって計画するサル Apes Plan Ahead
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
先読み脳細胞解明、サルで実験  東北大 前頭前野背外側
2006/05 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/05 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/05 New Scientist Hidden codes in monkey chit-chat
2006/05 BBC News Monkeys 'string words together'
2006/05 National Geographic Monkeys Use "Sentences," Study Suggests
2006/05 Nature Language evolution: Semantic combinations in primate calls
Putty-nosed monkeys rely on two basic calling sounds to construct a message of utmost urgency.
2006/05 John Hawks Anthropology Weblog : Putting two calls together 
2006/05 news@nature.com Shouting monkeys show surprising eloquence
Monkeys string sounds together to create meaning.
2006/05 New Scientist Songbirds listen out for half their brood
2006/05 EurekAlert The brain's executive is an 'event planner'
2006/05 EurekAlert In the loop: Scientists reveal how signals travel through rat's whiskers
 塩尻かおり 小澤理香 高林純示 京都大学生態学研究センター
2006/05 EurekAlert Plants tell caterpillars when it's safe to forage
2006/05 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/05 New Scientist Caterpillars scent signs of trouble
 モテすぎないよう命をかけるグッピーのメス  オスが少なければと天敵の多いエリアを選んでしまう
2006/05 EurekAlert Female guppies risk their lives to avoid too much male attention
2006/05 Discovery Fox Moms Have 'House Husbands'
 Bat-eared fox mothers bring home the termites while the dads look after the young.
2006/05 National Geographic Video: Alligator Babies Use Mom's Jaws as Cradle
2006/05 New Scientist Diving insects use buoyancy vests
2006/05 Nature Diving insects boost their buoyancy bubbles
動物 : 6本脚のダイバーの浮力調整装置
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
83年ぶりに新種のおサル タンザニアにわずか500頭
2006/05 EurekAlert New species of monkey discovered in Tanzania is a new genus
 ラングェイシーブス Rungwecebus, (pronounced rung-way-CEE-bus)
2006/05 EurekAlert International team of scientists discovers new primate genus
アフリカのサルに新たな「属」 New Genus for African Monkey
2006/05 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
新種サルは新属か?現存霊長類で83年ぶり タンザニア
2006/05 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/05 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/05 EurekAlert Global team of scientists describes new genus of African monkey: First in 83 years
2006/05 BBC News New genus of African monkey found / Tanzanian monkey goes up a notch
2006/05 EurekAlert Scientists describe new African monkey genus first in 83 years
渡りの機序はシンプルかつ悠久の昔から?  トンボも鳥も渡りは似ており
2006/05 EurekAlert Dragonfly migration resembles that of birds, scientists say
2006/05 National Geographic Dragonflies Migrate Like Birds, Study Says
2006/05 BBC News Tiny tags trace dragonfly paths
下位の働きバチは、出世の可能性が高い上位のハチよりも女王につくす 失うものは少ないから@スズメバチ
2006/05 EurekAlert Wasps queue for top job
2006/05 Nature Future fitness and helping in social queues
In hover wasps, helpers forfeit or delay their own reproduction to rear the offspring of a dominant female [mdash] but individuals work less hard when they stand to lose more future fitness through working.
2006/05 Scientific American Are humans the only primates that cry?*

2006/05 National Geographic Dolphins Name Themselves With Whistles, Study Says
2006/05 New Scientist Dolphins play the name game, too
2006/05 BBC News Dolphins 'have their own names'
2006/05 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/05 news@nature.com Dolphins play name game
2006/05 Discovery Dolphins Name Themselves


科学なポッドキャスト:互いに名前で呼び合うイルカさん 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 8分
Dolphin Whistles - サイエンス・フライデイ Science Friday Podcast - 20060512
Decoding dolphin whistles -- are they calling each other by name?
2006/05 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/05 New York Times One Thing They Aren't: Maternal By NATALIE ANGIER
2006/05 Discovery Drunk Monkeys Mirror People
  Much like people, some monkeys turn to the bottle after a long day
2006/05 Nature Animal communication: Complex call production in the tAongara frog
An intricate vocal anatomy underlies the subtleties of this animal's melodic mating calls.
2006/05 New Scientist Why gorillas gorge on decaying wood
2006/05 EurekAlert New study finds similarities between monkey business and human business
2006/05 EurekAlert In t從gara frogs, female choice for complex calls led to evolution of unusual male vocal cord
2006/05 EurekAlert Hormones may affect how brain listens, Emory study finds
2006/05 EurekAlert Nice guys do finish first in lizards' evolutionary race, says MSU professor
2006/05 EurekAlert The greenbeards have blue throats in a breakthrough study of the evolution of altruistic behavior
2006/05 New Scientist Self-medicating sheep shake off the 'stupid' label

科学なポッドキャスト:Finding Culture at the Zoo 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 2分
A study of gorillas in zoos finds signs of culture among the great apes.

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2006/05 New York Times Starlings' Listening Skills May Shed Light on Language Evolution*

past 04

2006/04 EurekAlert Hyena mothers give their cubs a helpful dose of hormones
2006/04 National Geographic Hyenas' Top Dog Status Begins in the Womb
2006/04 Michigan State University Like mother, like cubs
 Hyena alpha moms jumpstart cubs with hormonal jolt
2006/04 Nature Rank-related maternal effects of androgens on behaviour in wild spotted hyaenas
2006/04 EurekAlert The birds and the b's: Challenging Chomsky, starlings learn 'human-only' syntax patterns
2006/04 EurekAlert 'Uniquely human' component of language found in gregarious birds
2006/04 Nature Language: Startling starlings
2006/04 Nature Recursive syntactic pattern learning by songbirds
認知 : ムクドリはヒト言語の「文法」がわかる?
2006/04 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
進化 : 協力行動はどうやって社会に出現・定着したか
2006/04 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/04 PhysOrg.com Hormones may lead penguins to kidnapping
2006/04 EurekAlert Laos a lost world for frogs
 Latest study documents sixth species found in two-year period
2006/04 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/04 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
ツコツコの社会性の進化 Tuco-tucos
2006/04 EurekAlert Ancient DNA provides clues to the evolution of social behavior
2006/04 EurekAlert How the octopus forms an elbow
2006/04 Scientific American Study Shows How Octopus, Ever the Impersonator, Turns Tentacle into Jointed Limb
未受精卵はオスになる社会性昆虫 その発生の秘密
2006/04 EurekAlert Insects that produce males from unfertilized eggs reveal a surprising cellular feat
2006/04 EurekAlert Animal brains 'hard-wired' to recognize predator's foot movements, Queen's study suggests
2006/04 Duke University Evolutionary Consequences of Bluebird Aggression Evaluated
The Worms Like It Hot
2006/04 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/04 Nature Behavioural ecology: Grasshoppers don't play possum
2006/04 EurekAlert Some like it hot: Worms at deep-sea vents favor a fiery 45-55ーC
2006/04 Nature Parental investment by skin feeding in a caecilian amphibian
2006/04 news@nature.com Amphibian 'worms' feed young their own flesh
2006/04 Nature Evolution: A catfish that can strike its prey on land
2006/04 news@nature.com The fish that hunts on land
Evidence for a Functional Second Thymus in Mice
2006/04 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2億年ぶりにオス発見 屋久島のカイミジンコ
2006/04 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/04 New Scientist 'Yummy mummy' worms feed their skin to offspring
2006/04 EurekAlert African amphibians make extreme parental sacrifice: The skin off their backs
2006/04 BBC News African fish leaps for land bugs
2006/04 National Geographic Catfish Hunts on Land, Scientists Report
2006/04 National Geographic Video: Catfish Hunts Out of Water
2006/04 EurekAlert Waterproof superglue may be strongest in nature
2006/04 Discovery Study: All Dogs Walk The Same
  the mechanics behind their gaits are the same.
2006/04 CNRS Why are animals altruistic ?
生態 : デバネズミ社会にいる「プログラムされた怠け者」
2006/04 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/04 Nature Energetics reveals physiologically distinct castes in a eusocial mammal
2006/04 Nature Parasitology: Parasite survives predation on its host
2006/04 Nature Animal behaviour: Chimpanzee choice and prosociality (Reply)
2006/04 EurekAlert War between the sexes influences evolution in some species, say scientists
 'Son killers' are predicted to accumulate on the W chromosome and 'daughter killers' to accumulate on the Z.
2006/04 BBC News New pictures of 'living fossil'
 〜神奈川科学技術アカデミーの大津敬&近藤宣昭(冬眠制御プロジェクト )
2006/04 EurekAlert Possible brain hormone may unlock mystery of hibernation
2006/04 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/04 【日本語記事】 読売
冬眠:ヒトも…宇宙旅行できるかも シマリスの血液から、「制御」するたんぱく質
2006/04 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
2006/04 New Scientist Lazy mole rats that get fat to have sex
2006/04 EurekAlert 'Scent of a woman' tells male redback spiders to find a mate
ギンブナは酸素なしで何ヶ月も生きられる!? crucian carp
2006/04 EurekAlert Don't hold your breath: Carp can manage without oxygen for months
2006/04 PhysOrg.com Birdsong sounds sweeter because throats filter out messy overtones
2006/04 PhysOrg.com Flying tip of bees: Leave your legs dangling!
2006/04 EurekAlert How low can you go? Ants learn to limbo
2006/04 EurekAlert Even fish don't swim well when they're young!
2006/04 EurekAlert Cod in a sweat: Some like it hot!

集団意思決定をなさるゴキブリ アリでも魚でもウシでも通用しますが
2006/03 Discovery Cockroaches Make Group Decisions

科学なポッドキャスト:Science Times 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 17分
New York Times 04/04/2006  Iran in space, flying ants and snakes vs. toads.

2006/04 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞

past 03

2006/03 New Scientist Study fails to link naval sonar with whale strandings

2006/03 【日本語記事】 読売

books 『深海生物ファイル あなたの知らない暗黒世界の住人たち』 北村雄一 ネコ・パブリッシング (2005/11)  

動物の知性 オランウータンの文化 発明と社会的学習の共進化
2006/03 Scientific American Why Are Some Animals So Smart?*
 The unusual behavior of orangutans in a Sumatran swamp suggests a surprising answer
2006/03 EurekAlert Lefties have the advantage in adversarial situations
 being a leftie promotes survival from attacks, at least in the world of snails and crabs
2006/03 National Geographic Ants Use Acid to Make "Gardens" in Amazon, Study Says
2006/03 EurekAlert Butterflies lose body fat during metamorphosis
2006/03 EurekAlert You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours: Chimps point to spot they'd like groomed
2006/03 EurekAlert Referential-gesture communication in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
2006/03 National Geographic That's the Spot! Chimps Instruct Groomers, Study Says
エリートサルはエリートの影響を受ける ザコの視線は意に介さない
2006/03 PhysOrg.com 'Executive' Monkeys Influenced By Other Executives, Not Subordinates
2006/03 EurekAlert 'Executive' monkeys influenced by other executives, not subordinates
2006/03 EurekAlert Behavioral studies show UV contributes to marsupial color vision
ザトウクジラの歌、オペラなみに長尺もあり 〜スズキリュウジ
2006/03 EurekAlert Warbling whales speak a language all their own
2006/03 New Scientist Whale song reveals sophisticated language skills
2006/03 Discovery Whale Songs Resemble Human Language
 While not quite a language, humpback whale songs are not unlike human conversations.
マウスのように種を運ぶバッタ Grasshoppers Eating Like Mice
2006/03 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/03 National Geographic Murderous Meerkat Moms Contradict Caring Image, Study Finds
カエルも超音波で会話…中国の生息種、米教授ら発見 カクレミミハヤセガエル
2006/03 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/03 news@nature.com Frogs chat in ultrasoundハ
Amphibians join bats and whales in talking at high frequencies.
2006/03 EurekAlert Scientists discover reason behind ear canal in Chinese frog: Ultrasonic communication
2006/03 EurekAlert Rare Chinese frogs communicate by means of ultrasonic sound
2006/03 BBC News Singing frog's 'ultrasonic croak'
2006/03 【日本語記事】 エキサイト
2006/03 Discovery Frog Communicates with Ultrasound
2006/03 Nature Ultrasonic communication in frogs
2006/03 National Geographic Ultrasonic Frogs Discovered in China Make "Silent" Calls
2006/03 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/03 Nature Chemical biology: A pocketful of colour
構造生物学 : ホタルの色の秘密に光
2006/03 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
ホタルの光、なぜ黄緑色? 京大助教授らが解明
2006/03 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/03 EurekAlert Plant cells 'black out' when eaten by leafworms
2006/03 EurekAlert Sociality of sweat bees evolved simultaneously during climate change
2006/03 EurekAlert Male loons change their tune with change in territory
2006/03 BBC News New rodent is 'living fossil'
2006/03 Scientific American Laotian Rodent Proves Living Fossil
2006/03 PhysOrg.com Rodent found in Laos in 2005 belongs to extinct group
2006/03 news@nature.com Rodent rises from the deadハ
New mammal is living representative of a lineage presumed extinct.
化石記録の欠落部を埋める齧歯類 Rodent Plugs Gap in Fossil Record
2006/03 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/03 EurekAlert Hamster study shows how our brains recognize other individuals
2006/03 Discovery Reptiles' Freezing, Defrosting Explained
Some reptiles have genes that protect them from damage when they freeze and later thaw.
2006/03 EurekAlert Study explores which carnivores are most likely to kill other carnivores
矢毒ガエルに無毒のカエルが似ていくとき 猛毒ガエルより適度な毒ガエルに似る傾向
2006/03 EurekAlert Poison dart frog mimics gain when birds learn to stay away
2006/03 National Geographic Poison Frog Uses Less-Toxic Looks to Survive, Study Finds
2006/03 Nature Predator learning favours mimicry of a less-toxic model in poison frogs
2006/03 news@nature.com Poison mimics go for second best
進化 : 低毒のカエルに似せて身を守るカエル
2006/03 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
科学なポッドキャスト:Octopus Brainpower 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 2分
2006/02 Earthwatch Radio
 賢いタコ 迷路も解けるし、ビンのねじブタもあっさり開けてしまう

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2006/03 PhysOrg.com Bats Have Complex Skills to Deal with 'Clutter'
ゴキブリも「パブロフの犬」と同じ反応…においで唾液_ 東北大学大学院生命科学研究科の水波誠助教授ら 
2006/03 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/02 WORLD SCIENCE Making メPavlovユs Cockroachモ
2006/03 EurekAlert How to grow a bigger brain
2006/03 EurekAlert With a sense of timing, hummingbirds know when they've last emptied a flower
2006/03 EurekAlert Active inbreeding avoidance in wild capuchin monkeys
ニホンザルでも「子殺し」 岡山で撮影、学術誌に報告
2006/03 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
科学なポッドキャスト:They Are What They Eat  【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 2分
Earthwatch Radio
 Some birds give literal meaning to the phrase

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科学なポッドキャスト:Killer Whales Play Cat and Mouse 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3ファイル 2分
Earthwatch Radio
 Killer whales like to play games, and they change the rules to keep things interesting.

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2006/02 Current Anthropology Volume 47, Number 1
  バーバリー・マカクはゴシップをやりとりしてますよ Macaque "Comments" on Group Interactions
   言語の問題解決能力仮説を検証する@失語症 Links Between Problem Solving and Language
   複雑な囚人のジレンマと協力行動の進化 Human Ecology: New Insights on Cooperative Behavior
   言語系統と民族の血脈は一致しません@北米ネイティブ Linguistic Classification at Odds with Genetic Evidence
  オーストラリアネイティブの言語史 Reassessing Australia's Linguistic Prehistory
  発達の結果への制約 不均質に耐える@ 後期完新世のオーストラリア
   Constraints on the Development of Enduring Inequalities in Late Holocene Australia
2006/03 news@nature.com Surprise organ discovered in mice
Mice are shown to have two thymus organs, not just one
2006/03 National Geographic Chimps Can Be Team Players, Selfless Helpers, Studies Show
チンパンジーも他者に協力 “人助け”の原点は古い?_
 ドイツ・マックスプランク研究所、3日付のサイエンス 第1チーム:人間が本の積み上げに失敗したり、床に落ちた物に手が届かないといった4種類の「困った」状況を3−4歳半の飼育下のチンパンジー3匹に見せた。チンパンジーは「手が届かない」という問題は理解できた様子で、褒美なしでも代わりに拾って実験者に渡した。 第2チーム:えさを乗せた大小の台にひもを付け、ひもの両端を同時に引っ張ったときだけ、えさを近くに引き寄せられるという課題を4−9歳のチンパンジー8匹に繰り返し与えた。チンパンジーは、台が大きく自力で両端に手が届かない時には別のチンパンジーと協力できた上、失敗が少ない仲間を選んで助けを求める傾向があることも分かった。 
2006/03 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2006/03 New Scientist Chimpanzees show hints of higher human traits
2006/03 EurekAlert Chimpanzee cooperators
Felix Warneken and Mike Tomasello マイケル・トマセロ
2006/03 EurekAlert Baby's helping hands
 First evidence for altruistic behaviours in human infants and chimpanzees
2006/03 BBC News Altruism 'in-built' in humans
2006/03 news@nature.com Chimps show sensitive side
Youngsters help humans pick up pens they have dropped.
親切なチンパンジー Helpful Chimpanzees
2006/03 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/03 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞

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2006/02 LiveScience Case Closed: Apes Got Culture
2006/02 news@nature.com Butterflies poke holes in DNA barcodes
Mixing subspecies cause problems for genetic fingerprinting scheme
2006/02 EurekAlert Primates harvest bee nests in Ugandan reserve
2006/02 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/02 New Scientist March of the Morman cricket cannibals
2006/02 National Geographic Cannibal Crickets Cause "Forced Marches" Through Crops, Study Says  
2006/03 Nature Behavioural ecology: Push on the marching crickets
2006/02 PhysOrg.com Eel met by moonlight: Secret life of favourite Asian fish
2006/02 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
ウナギの産卵場はグアム沖 東大教授ら、幼生捕獲に成功
2006/02 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2006/02 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/02 Nature Marine biology: Spawning spot
海洋生物学 : 日本のウナギの産卵場所がわかった
2006/02 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/02 PhysOrg.com Study: Gorillas also have culture
U.S. scientists reportedly have identified the hallmark of culture -- behavior passed on by social rather than genetic influences -- among gorillas.
2006/02 news@nature.com Great apes found to be rich in cultureハ
Gorillas, orang-utans and chimpanzees pass down traditions and follow fads.
2006/02 EurekAlert High-status monkeys ignore the interests of riff-raff
社会的行動の進化ルート Psychologist Charles T. Snowdon Karen Strier
2006/02 EurekAlert Scientists discuss evolutionary roots of social behavior
2006/02 EurekAlert Scientist uses dragonflies to better understand flight
【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3 50分
科学なポッドキャスト:2006/02 Science Show 〜オーストラリアABC 2006-02-11
 15:58 David Attenborough takes on the insects 昆虫の世界@デビッド・アッテンボロー
2006/02 National Geographic Elephants "Hear" Warnings With Their Feet, Study Confirms
2006/02 National Geographic Rats Understand Cause and Effect, Experiment Suggests
神経 : サルの脳はよい悪いを評価する
2006/02 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/02 Nature The primate amygdala represents the positive and negative value of visual stimuli during learning
A Cortical Region Consisting Entirely of Face-Selective Cells
もっぱら顔細胞により構成される皮質領 @マカク
2006/02 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2006/02 American Journal of Physical Anthropology 
Social play in bonobos (Pan paniscus) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Implicationsfor natural social systems and interindividual relationships (p 418-426)
Elisabetta Palagi
DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.20289
 文鳥に、「源氏物語」と「吾輩は猫である」の英語訳と中国語訳を聞かせてみました 〜毎日新聞
2006/02 PhysOrg.com Birds can distinguish languages: researchers
文鳥:英語と中国語、聞き分け 慶大教授ら実験で確認
2006/02 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
2006/02 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/02 Discovery Odors Trigger Memory In Squirrels
Squirrels remember each other with a mental image when they identify a personal odor.
2006/02 Nature Neurobiology: Memories of a fruitfly
Despite its tiny size, the fruitfly brain is staggeringly intricate.
2006/02 Nature Distinct memory traces for two visual features in the Drosophila brain
Gang Liu, Holger Seiler, Ai Wen, Troy Zars, Kei Ito, Reinhard Wolf, Martin Heisenberg and Li Liu
2006/02 National Geographic Brain Has "Face Place" for Recognition, Monkey Study Confirms

past 01

科学なポッドキャスト:Nature Podcast: 26 January 2006
 チンパンジーの中の警察屋さん 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3 約24分
科学なポッドキャスト:Sleeping In : Earthwatch Radio
 冬眠する動物たち 冬眠とは言え、実際は半眠状態
 冬が長引くと冬眠したまま飢え死にしてしまうことも! 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3 2分
 この音声ファイルはウェブ上に台本が公開されています。 ネット Earthwatch Radio
奥さんが妊娠すると、旦那も太る これはヒトもマーモセットも同じでござい
2006/01 EurekAlert Like their pregnant mates, primate dads-to-be pack on pounds
2006/02 New Scientist Dads-to-be pile on the pounds too
科学なポッドキャスト:No Eyes for Glass : Earthwatch Radio
 衝突を回避できるような設備や特殊ガラスを開発できないか 【podcast 音声】【英語】MP3 2分
 この音声ファイルはウェブ上に台本が公開されています。 ネット Earthwatch Radio
2006/01 EurekAlert Undergraduate researcher turns up the heat on hibernation
2006/01 EurekAlert Baboons in mourning seek comfort among friends
チンパンジーは仲間のために餌をひっぱってあげるか  親切タイプと意地悪タイプがおりまして
2006/01 ScienceDaily Humans Have A Strong Desire To Help Each Other, But Is Spite Also Part Of The Human Condition?
2006/01 PhysOrg.com(UPI) Killer whales exhibit 'cultural learning'
2006/01 New Scientist Monkey cops keep clans together
2006/01 Nature Policing stabilizes construction of social niches in primates
2006/01 Scientific American Monkey Police Provide Social Stability
世界一ちっこいお魚発見 いや、世界一ちっこい脊椎動物?
Paedocypris progenetica
2006/01 Ananova Scientists find world's smallest fish
2006/01 Discovery Tiniest Fish Found in Asia
2006/01 New Scientist World's smallest vertebrate has a big secret
いやいやもっとちっこいのはいるぞ  最小の魚の座は誰に!?
2006/01 BBC News Smallest fish compete for honours
  When is the smallest really the smallest? When it comes to fish, the answer is just not clear-cut.
大きなお局が統べるゾウの群れ  歳をとるほど権力も図体も大きく成長するのがゾウさんです
2006/01 Discovery Elephants Respect Old, Big Females
2006/01 Nature Top-down gain control of the auditory space map by gaze control circuitry in the barn owl
2006/01 EurekAlert Stanford study of owls finds link in brain between sight and sound
2006/01 National Geographic Dolphins May Eavesdrop on Each Other, Study Suggests
2006/01 EurekAlert First demonstration of 'teaching' in non-human animals
2006/01 New Scientist Big brains are not crucial to teaching
2006/01 National Geographic Ants Have Teacher-Pupil Relations, Researchers Report
2006/01 Nature Teaching in tandem-running ants
2006/01 Science News Little Professor: Ants rank as first true animal teachers
2006/01 EurekAlert Zebra finches remember songs dad sang
2006/01 John Hawks Anthropology Weblog : Giganto: The Real King Kong
アリさんの収穫 バクテリアとの共生関係
2006/01 EurekAlert Study reveals classic symbiotic relationship between ants, bacteria
2006/01 Nature Biological physics: Harmonies from noise
2006/01 Cat-Blogging from Deep Time. The Loom
2006/01 National Geographic Cats Climb New Family Tree
2006/01 National Geographic Elephant Hair Keeps "Diary" of Diet, Migration
2006/01 BBC News Elephant tail reveals diet clues
2006/01 Scientific American Isotopes and GPS Reveal Secrets of Elephant Migration and Diet
2006/01 Nature Complex social behaviour derived from maternal reproductive traits
2006/01 EurekAlert ASU researchers find link between social behavior, maternal traits in bees
2006/01 【日本語記事】 Nature@日本
2006/01 PhysOrg.com Birds born with song in their head: researchers
2006/01 National Geographic Hippo and Tortoise Pals May Find Three's a Crowd
2006/01 Discovery Spider Mimics Parcel-Toting Ant
A bizarre jumping spider may use the ant mimicry to avoid being eaten.
2006/01 EurekAlert Research tracks whales by listening to sounds
2006/01 EurekAlert Underwater listening devices yield discoveries about endangered large whales
2006/01 【日本語記事】 中央日報@韓国
Y染色体の差ゲノムより大 ヒトとチンパンジー比較
2006/01 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2006/01 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(時事通信)
2006/01 【日本語記事】 読売
2006/01 【日本語記事】 毎日新聞
2006/01 New York Times Why I'm Happy I Evolved

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