http://pin.primate.wisc.edu/factsheets/entry/ring-tailed_lemur/behav

Ring-tailed lemurs exhibit female philopatry and the core of the social group is ... Submissive responses to these aggressive behaviors include jumping away, ...

https://www.lemurworld.com/lemur-social-structure/

Lemur Social Behavior. The social structure of the Lemur is very interesting. They live in small groups that move around with each other. These family groups ...

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/anthropology-in-practice/what-can-social-behavior-in-lemurs-tell-us-about-ourselves/

Jul 2, 2013 ... Lemurs can be deceptive. Most animals are—it comes in handy when you're competing for food or mates, or trying to hide from a predator.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5938775

Science. 1966 Jul 29;153(3735):501-6. Lemur social behavior and primate intelligence. Jolly A. Our human intellect has resulted from an enormous leap in ...

https://lemur.duke.edu/discover/meet-the-lemurs/ring-tailed-lemur/

Lemur catta. Ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) are the most intensely studied of all the lemurs. They're also the most easily recognizable species of lemur, and ...

https://lemur.duke.edu/discover/research-areas/behavior/

Behavior. Animals at the Duke Lemur Center live outdoors for much of the year in large forested ... What can social behavior in lemurs tell us about ourselves?

https://www.jstor.org/stable/1719878

Lemur Social Behavior and. Primate Intelligence. The step from prosimian to monkey intelligence probably took place in a social context. Alison Jolly.

https://www.futurity.org/lemurs-personality-friends-1651432-2/

Jan 10, 2018 ... While some lemurs are shy, others are more socially active, craving ... that drive their social behavior, a new study of group dynamics suggests.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemur

Behavior. Lemur behavior is as variable as lemur morphology. Differences in diet , social systems, activity patterns, locomotion, ...

https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Lemur_catta/

Ring-tailed lemurs live in groups of 15 to 20 individuals called troops. ... These troops are highly social with complex interactions.