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Variance in Centrality within Rock Hyrax Social Networks Predicts Adult Longevity

By Adi Barocas, Amiyaal Ilany, Lee Koren, Michael Kam and Eli Geffen
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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